"People who ate tuna and other fish high in omega-3 fatty acids three times or more per week had a nearly 26% lower risk of having the silent brain lesions that can cause dementia and stroke, compared to those who avoided fish, according to research appearing in the August issue of Neurology."

From Forbes.com

3 comments:

LLnL said...

I hear than a lot and still, I do nothing about it.

jb said...

Well, this is good news. I don't eat fish, so one less worry for me. I thought fish was brain food....mmm?

Huggs
JB

LazyKing said...

@jb, I think you should re-read the post. U didnt understand

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