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Average Consumption of Fish Might Cut back Melancholy

According to researchers, consistently eating about 4 ounces of fish or other seafood may be the optimal amount for preventing symptoms of depression.

A study of 1,200 adults found that those who ate an average of 4 ounces of fish a day had a significantly lower risk of major depression (MDD). Certain brain chemicals – eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) – are lower in people with depression. Fish contains these brain-boosting compounds and can help relieve symptoms of depression.

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