Fish is good for the brain

Omega-3 fats, found in fish, help to prevent heart disease, depression, and Alzheimer’s too. DHA and EPA, the two fatty acids contains in Omega-3, are vital for human health.

The human brain highly depends on DHA. Low DHA levels links with depression, schizophrenia, memory loss, and a higher risk of Alzheimer’s. Omega 3 finds in oily fish like Sardines, Tuna and Mackerel.

Vegetarians can intake omega-3 from Tofu, almonds, walnuts and linseed oil. Medical experts recommend eating fish, rich in Omega 3, twice a week. Here the author has given the details also for ‘how to cook’ the fish.

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