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Fish oils and memory
June 21, 2013
9:52 am
Ferdinand
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Fish oil is a more beneficial supplement for our health and fitness. 

It is specially good for the heart health. Along with the heart maintenance it also helps to improve the brain health and its performance. It also plays an important role to get rid of the stress, and anxiety in a natural way.

October 15, 2012
11:36 am
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Brenda Watson and Dr. Smith say it best – Here's a blogpost that addresses your question directly. http://blog.brendawatson.com/g…..nd-memory/

And here are other posts that also relate to memory improvement. http://blog.brendawatson.com/?s=memory

Studies show that DHA is the part of Omega-3s that is most brain supportive – the specific Renew Life Product would be Norwegian Gold Critical DHA. You can take a look here – http://www.renewlife.com/norwe…..l-dha.html   

October 13, 2012
12:03 am
reliables
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I have read that fish oils are good for memory. Is this true and if so, which of your fish oils would you recommend?

 

 

 

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February 16, 2010
10:58 am
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Yes, this is true. Studies show that fish-derived Omega-3 oils help to improve cognitive function, enhance memory and increase focus, and scientists believe that daily supplementation with a high-potency Omega-3 supplement may benefit older adults showing early signs of Alzheimer's disease.

Because DHA (short for docosahexaenoic acid) seems to be particularly effective for optimal brain function, Norwegian Gold Critical DHA may be an effective choice. A full-spectrum Omega-3 formula such as Norwegian Gold Super Critical Omega or the Total Body OMEGA Health Pak may also provide significant benefit.

February 8, 2010
5:18 pm
tfritz
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I have read that fish oils are good for memory. Is this true and if so, which of your fish oils would you recommend?

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