Omega 3 Fatty Acids, Vitamin D, Physical Activity and Normal Body Weight Might be Good for Brain?

The causes of dementia are many and complex, but several studies suggest that lifestyle factors playing a role in the development of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and osteoporosis, also affect brain health. Lifebrain researchers in their earlier studies have observed that dietary fatty acids, cholesterol, vitamin D, body weight, and physical activity may be important for cortical preservation during normal aging. This means that the neurons (“thinking cells”) are better conserved in certain areas of the brain depending on diet, body weight and physical activity.

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Lifebrain E-newsletter July, 2017

Tags: dementia, fatty acids, lifestyle, brain health
Published Jan. 15, 2018 4:21 PM - Last modified Mar. 12, 2018 9:29 AM