CONFIRMED: Omega-3s boost blood flow to regions of the brain responsible for learning and memory
|CONFIRMED: Omega-3s boost blood flow to regions of the brain responsible for learning and memory||Darrell Miller||06/02/17|
June 02, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: CONFIRMED: Omega-3s boost blood flow to regions of the brain responsible for learning and memory
A new study finds an increase in blood flowing to your brain, and it may help to prevent cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's disease is a leading cause of death, causing a downward deterioration of a person ability to live independently as the symptoms become worse. The study shows correlation between omega-3 concentrations in the brain with a lower incidence of brain disease, called neurocognitive disorders. The omega-3 is found to be the cause of increased blood flow to the brain, resulting in a decreased probability of neural degradation.
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"This study opens the door to the possibility that relatively simple dietary changes could favorably impact cognitive function."
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