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18 Aug Which part of a fish contains most heavy metals?
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Fish is a healthy food for the brain. However, the heavy metal pollution from sea is likely affect one’s central nervous system. The dangers associated with the consumption of large amounts of methylmercury in fish are well recognized. FDA has set li..
21 Jun 3 ways to slow down brain degeneration
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After 40 years of age, an adult brain volume decreases about 5% per decade. When one reaches 70 to 80 years old, brain cells decline drastically, and the risk of developing Alzheimer’s increases by 50%. Brain is a vital organs in charge of overall bo..
22 Oct DHA For Eye And Brain Health
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Do you know that hyperactivity disorders in children, cognitive decline in the elderly, poor memory and depression are associated with DHA Omega 3 deficiencies? Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is a valuable nutrient that is found abundantly in the brain a..
21 Sep Is Memory Decline Due To Aging Preventable?
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Some parts of brain essential for memory are highly vulnerable to aging. With increasing age, brain losses its nerve cells and becomes less efficient. Brain aging can be accelerated with exposure to poisons, tobacco, alcohol. Studies have shown that ..
11 Aug Omega-3 Fortified Foods For Health?
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Research shows omega-3 fats help keeping heart, joints and brain healthy. The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for omega-3 fats in the UK is 450mg for adults and 200mg for children. Recognizing the health benefits of omega-3, a lot of foods are now ..
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