Fish Consumption could help fight against the onset of dementia


New studies have shown that eating fish once or twice a day may prolong mental function and help combat Alzheimer’s disease. Dietary changes, along with regular exercise, have been known to keep our brains in shape, and new research points to a correlation between omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish and blood flow to parts of the brain responsible for learning, memory and dementia.

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Henry’s Story


“Working at the ADAcafé, dad has become less agitated, he even makes curry puffs for the family, at times,” said Eric, Henry’s son.


Henry is 75-years-old. He was diagnosed with early stage Alzheimer’s Disease in 2016. Despite his condition, Henry remains highly independent.… Read the rest