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Poor concentration is often the result of an imbalance of hormones or enzymes in our body, whether that is a result of stress, diet, or lifestyle. One of the primary benefits of oily fish, such as salmon and tuna, is their high concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, which are also known as “good fats”. These omega-3s actually function as antioxidants in some ways, preventing the breakdown of neural pathways and reducing inflammation throughout the body, including the brain. This can stimulate better blood flow to the brain and increased focus. Protection Status
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