Low Levels of Vitamins B12 and D Linked to Depression
From dark leafy greens to certain nutrients only found in animal foods, insufficient levels may play a role in depression among children and adolescents.
Low vitamin B12 and vitamin D levels, along with increased homocysteine, may play a role in depression among children and adolescents
While there was no significant difference in folate levels between the depression and control groups, 11.23% of those with depression had low levels of folate
Both vitamin B12 and folate have previously bee…
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