Dr. Ann

Fish may be so valuable for brain health that even a single serving a week may provide profound benefits. In a stunning report presented at a scientific meeting, researchers noted that elderly study subjects who reported eating baked or broiled fish (not fried!) one to four times a week had significantly bigger brains, and were […]

Strive to eat at least 3 servings of oily fish in your diet each week. Oily fish is an unparalleled source of two smoking hot nutrients that most Americans do not get enough of: omega 3 fats and vitamin D. Tasty options include salmon (canned, frozen or fresh), tuna, sardines, lake trout, halibut, or herring.