The reports are in and the consensus among the scientific and medical community is that omega-3 fatty acids are not only good for brain health, they’re essential. Eating fatty fish like halibut, salmon and tuna a couple times a week can give you the right amount of this crucial nutrient. According to the University of Maryland’s Medical Center, a reduced intake of omega-3 fatty acids may lead to cognitive decline, mood swings and poor memory.
Here are a few delicious recipes that you can use to get more omega-3 in your diet:
1. Teriyaki Salmon
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