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Journal of Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Science

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Mental health benefits of fish consumption


November 13-14, 2019 | London, UK

Abdul Hei

Lilong Haoreibi College, India

ScientificTracks Abstracts: Clin Psychol Cog Sci

Abstract :

Fish is good for both mental and physical health. Fish contains high quality protein, good lipids consisting of essential fatty acids, important minerals, vitamins etc. The grey matter of the brain consists of about 60 % lipids consisting of essential fatty acids DHA, ARA, EPA etc. DHA is the building blocks of brain tissues. Essential fatty acids are important in prevention and amelioration of many civilization and age-related diseases such as heart diseases, dementia, mental decline etc. Fish protein as complete protein contains functional amino acids that are rich in brain, hearts and eyes that are associated with their functions. Fish also contains important minerals, vitamins that are also good for brain. Factors of mental health are many but how to use the faculty is very important. The important functional components of fish are essential and help in overall wellbeing and quality of human life boosting performance ability. So, the objective of the paper is to discuss the important roles of functional components of fish leading to overall well-being, better mental health and mood.

Biography :

Abdul Hei is still serving as an Asst. Professor in Lilong Haoreibi College under Manipur University. His qualification is M. Sc (Zoology), Ph. D., DCA. He has taught and helped more than thousand students graduating in science, especially in Zoology (Hons) course. He is a wide and passionate reader and an author of a few national and international publications. He wants to explore new things.

E-mail: ahei541@gmail.com

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Citations : 11

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