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In memory of Mother: Preventing brain illness through food part three

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A wonderful food source for helping to keep one’s brain healthy is salmon. I would have to say that Mother would never have purchased salmon. Why? Too expensive! I never ate salmon, until after I got married.

This fish is a rich source of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), a fatty acid that is one of the most important nutrients for maintaining brain health. Studies show a marked correlation between the development of Alzheimer’s and low consumption of DHA. Wild salmon, as opposed to farm-raised, is the best option.

Be sure to check out the recipe, “Blackened Grilled Salmon.”