Study links Fish Eating to Decreased Alzheimer's

Study links Fish Eating to Decreased Alzheimer's
A study done with 815 older Chicago patients found that eating fish at least once a week helped decrease the incidence of Alzheimer's by 60%.

The study was funded by the National Institute by Health, and the results were published in the Archives of Neurology.

Researchers believe that this study, coupled with many other studies done in recent years, show very strongly that the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish, nuts and certain vegetables are key to long term mental health.

With nuts also shown to be Healthful for your heart, there's been no better time to begin a healthy foods diet!

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