The modern diet is heavy in omega 6 but lacking in omega 3. This can lead to chronic inflammation and has been linked with a host of health problems including heart disease, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis. Now, there is evidence that depression can be added to this list as well. Supplementing omega 3 fish oils brings the omega 3 to 6 ratio back in balance and reduces inflammation. This suggests it may reduce depression. But what does the evidence say? Can omega 3 fish oil help treat depression?
Just looking at chamomile is enough to make you feel relaxed! But there’s more to this daisy-like plant than just a pleasant appearance. Chamomile has long been believed to have calming effects – and there’s a significant body of evidence backing this up. In this post we take a look at the scientific research supporting chamomile for anxiety.