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‘A large part of our brain consists of fats. The cell membranes consist
primarily of omega-3, omega-6 and cholesterol. Omega-3 is responsible for the proper functioning of brain cells so that sufficient levels of serotonin are produced. The balance between these various fats is extremely important as well.’ Omega-3 also plays an important part in the patient’s immunological profile. ‘Omega-3 fatty acids have an anti-inflammatory effect that has already been investigated in cardiovascular disorders. Depression and chronic fatigue syndrome often involve inflammation caused by a disturbed immune system. For one reason or another, the immune system in these patients is
overly active. This overly active system leads to never ending fatigue.’

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