Fish consumption and severely depressed mood, findings from the first national nutrition follow-up study.

Abstract

The evidence obtained from prospective studies to support the hypothesis that fish consumption may improve mental status remains limited. The current study prospectively assessed a low frequency of fish consumption as a risk factor for depressed mood. Included were 5068 adults aged 25-74 years examined in 1971-1975 as the baseline of the First National… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.psychres.2011.05.012

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