Omega 3 and your brain

Written by Jo Ann Prior

Are Omega-3 Fatty Acids Food for the Brain? According to the State Health Institute (SZÚ) YES.

It turns out that science continues to prove new positive links between omega-3 fatty acids (FA) and brain health. And while consuming the long-chain omega-3s EPA and DHA found in fatty fish (and supplements) may not make you smarter, scientific research points to the benefits of these nutrients for a range of brain functions. Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA are essential nutrients that, among other health benefits, help build the structure of the brain and regulate its function. Three studies published this summer looked at the relationship between omega-3s and the brain. Each study focuses on a different area of ??brain health: brain aging, Alzheimer's disease and depression. Although we do not yet have definitive answers in these areas, the studies are promising. They provide impetus for a better understanding of how omega-3s benefit the brain.


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GUT HEALTH - IS IT HOLDING YOU BACK.

Written by Jo Ann Prior

Gut Health and How I can Help 

It is truly funny how everyone has such a different mindset to what alcohol does in their body versus anything else they eat or drink.

It is like it has the special spell over you, Unfortunately, it doesn’t.

Many clients will tell me that they drink, Just a glass or two,  but that doesn’t mean you should be blind to what too much can do to your gut.


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