Tag Archive: Omega 3 and depression

Is a one-a-day vitamin helpful for depression?

I was at a meeting recently and happened to mention the link between nutrient deficiencies and depression, such as magnesium and Omega 3. My colleague asked if a one-a-day vitamin would be helpful for depression. My response in a nutshell was that probably wouldn’t hurt but it’s not the targeted treatment that people need. I…

Salmon & Omega 3? How it compares

Omega 3 fatty acids are critical to health, particularly to a healthy brain. If you are deficient, you could suffer from depression (Omega 3 and depression) or diseases such as Alzheimer’s. They are critical to heart health and are used in patients with diabetes. Salmon is a great way to improve the Omega 3 in…

Omega 3 And Depression: The Food And Supplements You Need

Omega 3 and depression are tightly related for many of us. Studies are published regularly that reinforce the need for Omega-3 fatty acids for healthy brains. Depression is a sure sign of poor brain health; Omega 3 for depression is critical in many cases. When we are newborn babies and living on our mother’s milk,…

Lamb: A great fall food that may even fight depression

Lamb is a rich food that tastes great with the new crop of butternut squash and pumpkin. It may also fight depression. In the book Rebuild from Depression, I identify the foods highest in combination of the seven depression-fighting nutrients (deficiencies of which are most associated with depression in the medical literature.) I use the…