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Fish Is Good For Your Brain

FultonFishMarket.com – the online store representing New York’s Fulton Fish Market – is sharing some interesting new findings…

  • April 23, 2018

FultonFishMarket.com – the online store representing New York’s Fulton Fish Market – is sharing some interesting new findings about how good fish is for your brain.

First, the company cited data from the Pennsylvania School of Nursing, which found that a steady diet of seafood advances your 9-11 year old’s IQ by a good 5 points over kids who eat the usual proteins.

“Now, the Global Council on Brain Health study in January concludes that Omega 3 fatty acids direct from seafood, NOT from supplements, protect neurodegenerative disorders.

These experts say “Eat the fish.”  This study joins dozens of others including a late 2017 study of 6,000 subjects by the Journal of the American Geriatric Society showing that piling on the seafood at the expense of red meat proteins generates a 35% lower risk of cognitive impairment.

Bill Gates claims that Alzheimer related diseases cost American taxpayers $200 Billion in healthcare costs today and, given its rapid growth, will cost over $1 Trillion in healthcare costs by 2050.

Seafood is the obvious and powerful answer to better brain health in all ages, so why aren’t we snapping it up off our plates more often?  The answer to that is pretty simple according to Cyndi Metallo, Vice President at FultonFishMarket.com.  Most consumers have never had great seafood.  Now you can remedy that, along with remedying your health prospects.”

  • Great fresh seafood, fresh from the water is delicious according to Metallo.
  • “It prepares simply with a hot pan some olive oil, a touch of salt and pepper in under 10 minutes.”
  • It smells delicious as well
  • And with fresh seafood from FultonFishmarket.com, the whole family will enjoy it.

Finding a source that is truly out of the water fresh, taste tested, lovingly prepared and responsibly packaged used to be an impossible task for the 98% of Americans who don’t live atop a fishing dock.

Hence, people buy from FultonFishMarket.com, which delivers fresh seafood to locations across the continental U.S.

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