Herbals, Vitamins and Foods That Fight Depression

Are there depression-fighting foods? A growing body of research says yes.    Recent studies have found evidence that foods such as cold-water fish (salmon, sardines, and tuna, for example), walnuts, and canola oil may be especially beneficial in fighting depression, thanks to an abundance of omega-3 fatty acids. This may help explain why Scandinavian and Asian countries, which boast fish-rich diets, also have lower rates of depression.    Researchers at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Mass., have also found that foods rich in uridine have positive effects on mood. Uridine is a natural substance found in sugar beets and molasses, which may make these foods also good for treating depression.  Farther afield, Japanese researchers found that a diet high in fish protects people from depression and suicide, while in Finland a team of researchers surveyed 1,767 residents and concluded that eating fish more than twice a week has a…

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