Originally Posted by auntjudyg
omega-3 fatty acids can also be limited in a vegetarian diet.
Sorry, but omega-3 fatty acids can actually be quite bountiful in a vegetarian or even a vegan diet. Take flaxseed, for example; flaxseed contains tons of omega-3 fatty acids. There are two forms of it though--DHA and EPA. I recall that the omega-3 in ground flaxseeds can be converted into one of the two forms that I mentioned, but if you want to get both forms, then eating fish would be the best way to go--supposedly.
Also, I have found that whenever I eat toxic foods, or unhealthy foods, I feel alot better emotionally during and afterwards and don't feel depressed anymore. On the contrary, whenever I am eating non-toxic foods I feel a lot better physically, but then I am depressed. I need to fix this problem so that whenever my mental health improves my physical health also improves, and conversely, whenever my physical health improves my mental health also improves. My goal is to have excellent overall health.