Dr. Barry Sears Dr. Sears Comments:

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.

Eating Fish Preserves Your Memory, Says Study

Worried that your memory is deserting you? Some scientists think the solution is sitting on ice at the grocery store. A new study published in the journal Neurology suggests that just one serving of seafood a week could help prevent age-related memory loss, due to its high omega-3 fatty acid content.