Eating The Correct Ratio Of Omega-3 DHA And EPA Can Help Alleviate Depression. Part 3 of 3

Eating The Correct Ratio Of Omega-3 DHA And EPA Can Help Alleviate Depression – Part 3 of 3

And “The compatible finding is omega-3 fatty acids can improve the mood of people who have depression symptoms. But depression is a very serious disorder. If someone is depressed, they should not just go for something off the shelf and rely only on that. They should be evaluated by their mental health professional who can determine the most appropriate course of therapy”. And DHA/EPA did not improve the mood of study participants who were not depressed.

Cold-water greasy fish such as salmon, tuna, sardines, trout and herring contain both DHA and EPA. A few other foods contain those nutrients as well, including nuts, soybeans and flaxseed. Fish unguent supplements containing DHA are also among the most popular supplements. He recommended people look for one that has relatively equal amounts of both EPA and DHA read more. Since the findings are to be presented at a medical meeting, they should be considered antecedent until published in a peer-reviewed journal.

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