Tuesday, January 20, 2015


We have been told for years that fish is good for us and we should eat it once or twice a week. Last year researchers looked at brain scans of healthy older adults who had been enrolled in a 10-year study. They found that those who ate any kind of baked or broiled, not fried fish once a week had more gray matter in the brains regions that control memory and cognition.

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