How does omega-3 affect mood?

‘There are several lines of evidence that suggest that omega-3 consumption may be associated with mood disorders. Research suggests that omega-3 is related to a number of biological processes that have been found to be associated with brain functioning.’ -Black Dog Institute.

Foods To Include – walnuts; hemp, chia and flax seeds; seaweed; algae; sustainably- caught fish’ or an ethically sourced supplement like Lifestream’s ‘V Omega’ – available from health food stores, pharmacies and on line at http://au.planethealth.com.au/Our-Products/Lifestream/V-Omega-3.aspx?view=category

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