Fish is Brain Food

Fish is Brain Food

Omega-3s appear to improve the conduction of electrolytes through cellular membranes. A diet low in omega-3s could impair the growth and functioning of neurons.1 The retina of the eye matures rapidly in the first 6 months after birth. A small study that compared the visual acuity of infants fed breast milk (which has DHA) or formula (without DHA) found visual acuity was...

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