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Eating Fish Preserves Your Memory, Says Study

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Dr. Barry Sears

This is why  omega-3 fatty acids are called “brain food”.  More than 20% of the dry mass of the brain is composed of omega-3 fatty acids that highly concentrated in the synaptic regions of the nerves.  Without adequate levels of omega-3 fatty acids in the diet, nerve transmission is highly compromised.


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