and mental health
On 16th June 2004, the BBC Six O'clock news ran
an item about Omega3 fatty acid and it's role in mental health.
story told about the work of Professor Michael Crawford
and how "recent discoveries" show that omega3 is important
for proper brain and nerve function.
billingsgate fish market as a backdrop, the reporter interviewed
Professor Crawford about these "stunning breakthroughs"
and the effects this "discovery" would have on nutrition,
mental health and brain function.
first saw Professor Crawford discuss omega3 and its role
in brain function, especially in children and babies around
8 years ago! Back then, he was (as he is
now, and as WE are) a staunch supporter of omega3
supplementation during pregnancy - something the rest
of his medical colleagues probably wouldn't even think
about. Indeed, friends
of ours have recently been told by GPs that is is unsafe
to supplement ANYTHING during pregnancy, showing their
complete ignorance of maternal nutrition.
stated by Professor Crawford, Omega3 deficiency has been
linked to everything from birthweight of babies and prevention
of premature birth to depression, aggression and rates
of heart disease and other mental illnesses.
is not surprising. As we have been telling you for some
time, omega3 is one of the main components of brains cells. Without
it, they cannot function properly, as situation many have
come to regard as "disease" or "mental illness". The
simple fact is that omega3 is one of the most important
nutrients for brain, nerve and mental health.
put, if you don't feed your brain, you can't expect it
to work properly.
such as body guard or Omega3
EPA are not only easy to obtain,
they are one of the simplest an most effective ways of
delivering high-quality, bio-active omega3 to your system,
ensuring your brain and nerves can function to their full
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