EVIEW utrition and Depression : Implications for Improving ental Health Among Childbearing-Aged Women

@inproceedings{Bodnar2005EVIEWUA,
  title={EVIEW utrition and Depression : Implications for Improving ental Health Among Childbearing-Aged Women},
  author={Małgorzata Bodnar and Katherine L Wisner},
  year={2005}
}
dequate nutrition is needed for countless aspects of brain functioning. Poor diet quality, ubiquitous in the United States, may be a odifiable risk factor for depression. The objective was to review and synthesize the current knowledge of the role of nutrition in epression, and address implications for childbearing-aged women. Poor omega-3 fatty acid status increases the risk of depression. ish oil and folic acid supplements each have been used to treat depression successfully. Folate… CONTINUE READING
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