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Re: Omega-3 fatty acids for mood disorders

Posted by goel on July 15, 1999, at 22:47:45

In reply to Re: Omega-3 fatty acids for mood disorders, posted by andrewb on July 12, 1999, at 9:48:02

> > Known by its name Docosahexaemoic Acid (DHA), Omega-3
> > fatty acids are being studied for mood disorders. Any
> > experience out there?
(Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1999;56:407-412). This preliminary study showed promising results.

Omega 3's may be the next on my list. 9.6 grams/day is a lot of oil.

Does anyone know if there is anything to the notion that partially hydrogenated fats can block the metabolism of omega 3's? I am not enough of a biochemist and haven't done research to separate fact from fiction.




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