Depression that is not helped by other means responds to Omega3

New study links low levels of Omega 3 fatty-acids in the diet and depression as well as inflammatory -type conditions.

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In recent years, research has shown that an increase in omega-3 fatty acids in the diet has specific health benefits, especially in patients with depression, cardiovascular disease and inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.


“We looked at people who were experiencing real depression, not those whose depression arose as a part of some experiment, and we could clearly see a relationship between lower omega-3 fatty acids and certain markers of depression and inflammation.”


About Shoshana Werbner

My interests are varied, but I'm very much into health, diet and philosophy of life. I read when time permits, the best that I can find, that also suits my budget and interests.
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