Does Omega3 help with anxiety?


Research now shows that taking Omega3 Fatty Acids can decrease anxiety and depression. I did notice an improvement in my children's anxiety when I gave them the pills. Unfortunately, more reports came out stating that if you are not using a pure form of fish oil pill, it can be unhealthy for children and adults. I have found a website that addresses all these questions and have the link for you.

Another interesting site explains how Omega3 fatty acids work for anxiety and depression and the link is:

I like to get my Omega3 Fatty Acids naturally and have researched which foods have them.
  • Flaxseed
  • Walnuts
  • Salmon
  • Sardines
  • Soybeans-cooked
  • Halibut
  • Shrimp
  • Tofu
  • Snapper
  • Scallops

For a list of which foods rank highest go to

There are also omega3 eggs and a complete list of omega 3 cereals:
  • Uncle Sams Cereal
  • Natures's Path Optimum
  • KELLOGG'S, SPECIAL K Low Carb Lifestyle Protein Plus

For more information of cereals visit

I hope I have answered everyone's questions on Omega3 Fatty Acids.  For more information on anxiety check out The Anxious Child a digital magazine filled with advice from other professionals.

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