Seafood and omega-3s for maternal and child mental health
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This chapter focuses on seafood and omega-3 fatty acids for maternal and child mental health with particular emphasis on the role of maternal, gestational and childhood nutrition. The inclusion of seafood within a health diet, in conjunction with current best practice treatments, has the potential to significantly impact the burden of disease attributable to mental health disorders.
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