Study: One serving of fish per week slows mental decline

The consumption of fish at least once per week helps keep the mind alert and slows age-related mental decline by about three to four years, according to a new study. Researchers studying 3,718 people over the age of 65 found those who ate one fish meal per week had a 10% slower annual decline in mental capacity.

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