Fish – for a healthy mind and heart

Fish can improve brain health and heart.

Question, what are the best supplements still remains unknown. According to recent studies, however, omega-3 fatty acids “keep” of brain disorders occurring with advancing years, the loss of kognivnite abilities and dementia.

Researchers recommend consuming fish five times a week or twice if nutrient supplementation in the form of supplements. Experts emphasize that supplements can help people who have already suffered a heart attack or stroke, but taking them can help healthy people, those with an increased risk or already suffering from cardiovascular disease.

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Omega-3 fatty acids help to reduce the risk of arrhythmias, reduce the formation of plaque, but also may decrease and the blood pressure. Fish that is recommended to consume a salmon, mackerel, herring, trout, sardines and tuna. It is best, of course, eat fish, but supplements can also help.

Benefits that omega-3 fatty acids wear are long known. They are widely recommended as an ally in the prevention of disease.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which is found in fish oil has beneficial effects on brain development of newborns.

Feeding nerve cells helps prevent atrophy in later years. Diet rich in DHA supports brain active.

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2 thoughts on “Fish – for a healthy mind and heart”

  1. This is interesting but I’m not sure how I feel about thus supplement being fish based. I’d rather get my omega 3 from flax seed and plant based products. Did one thing the industry is questionable and then there’s the heavy metal problem.

    1. Industry will always be in question. We write about the benefits and always thought they would try the products derive that offer.

      Best Regards!

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