Seafood and the Brain

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31 Oct 2013 -
We've always known that eating seafood is very good for us and it's often called brain food. But just how important is it really and did our little grey cells actually evolve five hundred million or so years ago in the sea? Might one of the reasons for the rise in mental ill health issues around the world be because people are just not getting enough of the marine fats and trace elements we need to be healthy? If so then how often should we eat seafood and does this include battered fish and chips? Radio interview with Professor Michael Crawford, Director of the Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition, London.
Author: Crawford, M

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