Is there a Link Between Consumption of Omega-3 Rich Foods and Symptoms of Depression?

by Marissa Sheldon, MPH

People with depression have lower levels of omega-3 fatty acids in their blood, and people who consume more fish – which are often a good source of omega-3s – have a lower incidence of depression. So, can omega-3s, whether through food or supplementation, improve symptoms of depression?

Many Say Yes…

Some Say No…

While Others Say We Still Need More Research

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