## Table 3 |
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Results in the SA-tests following five weeks daily dietary supplementation with 3
g omega-3 from fish oil or a placebo product, respectively^{1} |
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Treatments |
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SA-test (max 95 credits) |
Omega-3 | Placebo |

Fasting | 77.39±2.57 | 75.28±2.79 |

45 min | 80.84±1.92 | 79.97±2.29 |

95 min | 81.16±2.02 | 81.43±1.90 |

145 min | 81.73±1.77 | 81.62±2.08 |

Total (0-145min)^{2} |
322.5±7.80 | 318.3±8.78 |

^{1}Data are given as means per treatment ± SEM, *n* = 36 at fasting (18 subject started with PUFA and 18 with placebo), *n* = 37 at the rest of the time points (19 subject started with PUFA and 18 with placebo)
due to 2 and 1 subjects, respectively, performed the test incorrectly.

^{2} The total SA-test (test 1–4), *p* = 0.087 (ANOVA). The statistical calculations for the total SA-test is based on *n* = 36, the number of subjects that performed all four tests.

Nilsson * et al.*

Nilsson * et al.* *Nutrition Journal* 2012 **11**:99 doi:10.1186/1475-2891-11-99