Folate - Folate is a B vitamin well-known for its role in preventing spina bifida in babies. But now researchers are studying
this vitamin and its link with depression. People who suffer from depression may have lower than normal blood folate levels.
Your body only stores small amounts of folate, so it's important to eat folate-rich foods every day.
Omega-3 fats - While this is a fairly new area, researchers now believe there may be a link between a good intake of
omega-3 fats and a lower incidence of depression. Good sources of omega-3 fats include linseed, canola oil, soybeans, walnuts
and oily fish.
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