It significantly decreases tender joints and morning stiffness in arthritis patients and reduces the risk of age-related macular degeneration. It also plays an important role in brain development and function and now it seems it may even counter depression.
A new University of Pittsburgh study reports that people low in omega-3s were more likely to have a negative outlook while those with higher omega-3 blood levels were better adjusted and less likely to be depressed.
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