Omega 3 fatty acids help major depression

A trial reported in 2016 indicates that supplementation with omega 3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) can help improve major depression.

The study shows that both high levels of EPA+DHA at baseline and supplementation with these two omega 3 fatty acids result in favorable post-treatment outcomes in major depression patients.

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Omega-3 Reduces Inflammation in the Obese

Omega-3’s Anti-inflammatory Potential Demonstrated in Overweight People

Supplementing with omega-3 fatty acids reduces the level of a key inflammatory marker by 10%, according to a new study. The study in question is unique in that it claims to be the first to show omega-3 supplementation may alter inflammatory markers in overweight but otherwise healthy people. Adiposity is known to increase inflammation. Continue reading “Omega-3 Reduces Inflammation in the Obese”