Richard Sprague: Fish Oil Makes me Smarter

February 10, 2015

Richard Sprague is interested in understanding peak performance. Over the last few years he’s been tracking various aspects of this life to try and understand what helps and what hinders. Inspired by our friend and renowned self-experimenter, Seth Roberts, Richard decided to test if consuming fish oil affected his response time. Using a simple reaction time test developed by Seth to test if butter made him smarter, Richard tested himself when he was and was not taking fish oil pills. In this talk, Richard explores his data and discusses what he found out when he ran his analysis.

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