Fish on Fridays and Then Some Helps Maintain Youthful Brains

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According to a new study published in the Archives of Neurology, eating fish helped older folks keep their wits about them.

People 65 and older who ate fish once a week showed a 10 percent slower rate of cognitive decline per year compared with those who ate no fish. Those who ate fish two or more times a week showed a 13 percent slower decline.

Why wait until 65? Why not start now? Fish on Fridays... and then some.

[via the New York Times.]

*Don't forget to consult your Guide to Ocean-Friendly Seafood before visiting your neighborhood fish monger.

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