Many know that regularly eating non-fried fish may help older adults preserve their memory and ward off stroke. It's been shown that fish may also help developing brains and the rest of us in between!
Researchers recently reported in an issue of Neurology that older adults whose diets include three or more weekly helpings of baked or broiled tuna and other fish high in omega-3 fatty acids are less likely to develop "silent" brain lesions that can lead to cognitive decline and vascular stroke.
Eating just one serving of fish per week also had a protective benefit. Adults in this category reduced their risk of silent brain lesions by 13%.
Eating tuna and other types of fish seems to help protect against memory loss and stroke and the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA seem to have a major role. Both are found in our Mega Omega supplement from Seriesse International (www.myseriesse.com/mindy - item # 2005P)
Fish to eat more of: tuna, salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, and anchovies. If you don't eat enough fish, then supplement!
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It also contains Olive Oil and Green Tea which offer spectacular benefits on their own. I take the Mega Omegas daily and my skin has never been softer...and I'm 44! I promise you there is no fishy aftertaste! To your health, Mindy