A new study adds to growing evidence that your diet can have significant impact on your mental health. Researchers found people who consumed more fast foods had higher rates of depression than those who consumed a seafood rich diet.
Increasing fish consumption could help to lower the risk of developing Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases, researchers report. The study reveals the protein parvalbumin can help to prevent the formation of alpha synuclein.
Researchers report antioxidant supplements and amino acids, such as Taurine, can help to reduce symptoms of psychosis.
A new study reveals eating fish regularly and taking daily fish oil supplements may reduce the risk of developing multiple sclerosis. Researchers report high fish intake is associated with a 45% reduced risk of developing MS.
Contrary to previous findings, researchers report Omega 3 fatty acids do not help improve reading, learning and memory skills in school aged children.
RIKEN researchers discover deprivation of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids during pregnancy can alter gene expression, increasing the risk of schizophrenia in the offspring.
Researchers from NTNU find new evidence of how omega 3 fatty acids can dampen inflammatory reactions in the body.
A new study in PNAS reveals how the body converts omega 3 fatty acids into endocannabinoids, which can have anti-inflammatory effects.
Researchers report they have discovers a new class of mediators, named elovanoids. These bioactive chemical messengers are created from omega-3 very long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid and released in response to cell injury. The findings are reported in Scientific Reports.