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Fish: The Key to Higher Test Scores?

dailyRx News – Taylor Ellis

“Restrictions on the amount of fish pregnant women should eat may need to be re-evaluated. For a new study, a group of Spanish scientists conducted a study of nearly 2,000 pairs of mothers and children from the Spanish Childhood Environment Project population study to determine whether seafood is beneficial for a child’s neuropsychological development. Their answer? A resounding yes. Researchers followed the pairs from the first trimester through the child’s 5th birthday, finding improved brain function in children…The research also suggests that fears of mercury contamination may be too intense in some countries. This study found that women who ate 600 grams of fish each week while pregnant were not negatively affected by mercury and PCBs linked with the food.”(more)