Thomas Ramey Watson

Eating fish instead of meat benefits the brain

And the people who ate fish

often — nearly every day — were about 20 percent less likely to be diagnosed with dementia

compared with the folks who never ate fish.

Researchers suspect that the inflammation-fighting omega-3 fatty acids in fish produce the benefit.

(Concerned about mercury in your fish

? Here are the kinds of fish you should choose to reduce your intake of this environmental toxin.)

Something in the Water

?
So here’s what you should choose at each meal if you don’t care much about your brain: meat. In the study, the more meat people ate (think beef, chicken, and pork) the higher

their risk of dementia.

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