BOOST your fading brain power with this “super nutrient”

Whether it’s planning a big meal, organizing your day or finishing a project in the yard, none of it comes as easy as it used to.

That’s not just a sign of “age,” my friend.

That’s a sign of the MAIN processing center in the very core of your brain slowly going to sleep.Today, I’ve got just the wake-up call you need.

New research reveals a KEY nutrient that can sound the alarm, fire up your gray matter and get that part of your noggin back up and fully operational.

And you’re not going to believe how easy it is!

These core thinking skills are together called “executive function” and it’s just what it sounds like.

It’s not just a measure of how much or how well you remember.

It’s how you put what you KNOW and what you’ve LEARNED to use so you can plan and organize.

When it comes down to it, it’s your basic ability to THINK in every sense of the word.

As you get older, executive function is often one of the first things to go south.

When it slips too far, you could plunge into cognitive decline and other problems, even dementia.

But today I’ve got the study that changes everything.

It reveals the one nutrient that can REVERSE the slide that makes executive function such a struggle.

And the answer is in the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil.

Close to 1,200 volunteers in the Boston area had their blood levels of fatty acids checked and then were given cognitive tests over two years.

Now, as I mentioned, most people lose some executive function over the years.

But you don’t have to be “most people,” because the study finds that folks with higher blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids do BETTER on tests of that critical function.

It’s as if these fatty acids slow the aging process, keeping your brain young so your mind and memory stay sharp and focused.

While omega-3s can help, another kind of fatty acid can hurt. Too much omega-6 can trigger inflammation, and the study finds that can lead to DROPS in executive function.

And folks who had high levels of the omega-6 fatty acid had a higher risk of cognitive decline.

So take two steps here.

Avoid junk and processed foods, which contain high levels of omega-6.

And if you don’t have plenty of omega-3 rich seafood in your diet, go fishing for a supplement.