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Of the many supplements related to concentration and brain function, it can be said that omega 3 fatty acids have the most relevant role. Omega 3 DHA is part of the membranes in brain cells, facilitating communication between them and protecting them from harmful substances. In general, the contribution of DHA + EPA in the adult population is 250 mg per day. But for the maintenance of brain function, the minimum contribution of additional DHA is 200mg per day. Scientific studies prove that people of all ages benefit from incorporating this component into their diet. DHA supports the ability to concentrate, improves learning ability and attention span. Other basic substances for brain function are phosphorus (although its deficiency is very unlikely), vitamin B12 (a deficiency can impair intellectual performance), iodine, ginkgo biloba, iron or zinc. 

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