Omega-3s may benefit clients with mood disorders

01/16/2012 | Today's Dietitian

Research indicates that omega-3 fatty acids may benefit people with depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders, but registered dietitian Gretchen Vannice says RDs must consider the proper combination of fats, along with other treatments, to get the best results. Clients also should talk with their physicians before starting on omega-3s, and should continue any medications they are already taking, experts said.

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