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It is important to remember that our daily food choices influence our mental health as much as other self-care such as physical activity, connecting with friends and family, and sleep. And the evidence is strong that seafood is brain food.

People who regularly eat fish are 20% less likely than their peers to have depression. Eating 2-3 servings of seafood a week significantly reduces the risk for major depression, which is why the American Psychiatric Association endorses the omega-3 fatty acids in fish as an effective part of depression treatment.

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