Brain Health & Alaska Seafood
When our brain suffers, so does our quality of life. For many people, brain health is a growing concern as factors in our lives such as stress, toxins, nutrient deficiencies and aging all contribute to changes in our cognition and mood.
The impact of lifestyle and diet has been extensively studied on brain health, and we now know that there are multiple interventions that can improve our cognition and reduce risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and mental health disorders. Some of the positive lifestyle changes include increasing physical activity, having healthy social
relationships, engaging in mentally stimulating activities, avoiding toxins in our environment, and eating a nutrientdense whole food diet.