Omega-3 intake found to substantially slow brain "aging" byboosting nutrient circulation to memory-related brain regions
|Omega-3 intake found to substantially slow brain "aging" byboosting nutrient circulation to memory-related brain regions||Darrell Miller||04/11/19|
April 11, 2019 01:16 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Omega-3 intake found to substantially slow brain "aging" byboosting nutrient circulation to memory-related brain regions
Our brains are the most important thing we could ever possess, so why not take something that helps naturally assist it’s function. Omega-3 is the main focus of this article and centers on new evidence found that an aging brain can be somewhat suppressed by consuming some good ole omega-3. It quickly touches on two specific studies and their findings concerning the size of one part of the brain. Additionally, it outlines a few extra benefits of the vitamin and the importance of striking a good bodily balance.
- Although aging cannot be stopped, but the best thing one can do for himself is to age in the healthiest manner possible.
- It has been found by researchers in their studies that healthy brain aging can be promoted by consuming omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in the right proportion.
- Because the brain is composed of different complex interconnected parts that age at different rates, some brain structures can deteriorate faster than others.
"The researchers found that people who had higher blood levels of certain omega-3 fatty acids – namely ecosatrienoic acid, stearidonic acid, and ALA – had a bigger frontoparietal cortex and therefore performed better on fluid intelligence tests."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-13-omega-3-intake-found-to-substantially-slow-brain-aging.html