Why do they call fish brain food?
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According to a recent research that was published last week in JAMA, fish is certainly beneficial to the brain. More specifically, frequent fish consumption was linked to a lower risk of Alzheimer’s.
Even if those who consumed more fish did have greater amounts of mercury in their brains, this effect nevertheless materialized.
Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA, the well-known omega-3 lipid found in fish, is the primary component of brain cell membranes, and the integrity of these membranes is a factor in how well brain cells communicate with one another. This information may be used as a theoretical justification for eating fish.