Blogs — Depression
Posted by Rufus Greenbaum on
Omega-3 has been studied since Dr. Jorn Dyerberg's 1971 landmark study of the Inuit population in Greenland, where he found that EPA and DHA are needed to prevent heart attacks and promote healthy hearts. It has taken until the 21st century to learn that, by building healthier cell membranes, these fatty acids promote robust health throughout all systems in the body. They help the brain by promoting life-long learning and positive mental functioning. By reducing inflammation, Omega-3 is also beneficial in treating all kinds of rheumatic and autoimmune disorders. Before he retired Dr. Dyerberg used to publish a regular Omega-3 Literature List....
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Posted by Jon Salinger on
Did you know that taking high strength Omega-3, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D can help with Depression ? Read the article below to find out more . . . . January, February and March are the worst months in the UK for Depression The stores of Vitamin D that we had built up from the previous summer are at their lowestThe “half-life” of Vitamin D in the body is 14-30 days, so our Vitamin D from the sun is now less than 10% of what is was at the end of last summerYou may take in a small amount of...
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- Tags: Depression, Fertility, Inflammation, omega-3, sunshine, vitamin B, Vitamin B12, vitamin d, vitamins