For Brain Health, Put More Priority on Fish

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When we choose our meat in our diet, beef, pork and chicken tends to be the top three choices.  However, fish may be the more beneficial of them all.  Because of its omega-3 fatty acid, eating fish once a week may be able to boost older adult’s brain health according to WebMD.  Furthermore, those whose diet included regular fish consumption maintained their brain cells count and have less of a risk of Alzheimer’s Disease.  Brain cells die off if you don’t eat fish, and 47% of those people developed Alzheimer’s disease or other impairment over the next five years.

The evidence is strong, and it is another sign for your and your loved ones to add fish to your regular diet.

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