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Over the centuries economic, environmental and agricultural changes have altered our diet dramatically. 150 years ago, for example, in mid-Victorian England, oysters and (wild) salmon were staple foods for the poor – so much so, that in labouring contracts of the period we see workers stipulating that salmon not be served to them more than 3 times a week! These foods, of course, are rich sources of the omega 3 fatty acids that we now know are essential for health in general, and brain function in particular. Here we explore some of the major dietary changes, particularly those which affect the nutritional elements we need for our brains to develop and function as they should.

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