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Why Fast Food Is Like a Thanos Power Punch to the Brain

What’s your In-N-Out fix? Animal Style? Double Meat? A belt-busting 4×4? Sad to say you’re doing damage to more than just your pant size. New research from Ohio State University found eating highly processed food (read: fast food) for four weeks caused lab animals to perform measurably worse on memory-related tests compared to those eating healthier fare.

Why? These foods are like a Thanos power punch to the brain, triggering inflammation.

The silver lining: Researchers found memory function is almost completely protected by eating high amounts (500 mg per day) of DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid. Load up on the following:

  • salmon
  • chia seeds
  • flax seeds
  • eggs
  • walnuts
  • mackerel
  • herring
  • hemp seeds
  • sardines
  • tuna


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Source: Wellness - mensjournal.com


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