Antidepressant-induced hepatotoxicity research paper

Check this out…. I am following the diet from the daily dozen app, I’m doing pretty good. But when I inserted my foods in cron-o-meter a few thing came to light, I am not getting enough vitamin B3 (niacin) (80%) and vitamin B5 (pantothnic acid) (70%) despite drinking coffee and having all the food groups covered in the daily dozen! And even if I would add 5 grams of spirulina to a shake, it would be insufficient… do you think I should take a supplement? Next problem was the fat ratio between omega 3 and omega 6. I am not getting enough omega 6. Cron-o-meter does count the ALA from the broken flax seeds as omega 3, and offcourse the daily omega 3 supplement that is recommended by Dr. Gregor tips the balance. It feels weird to have to add some spoons off calorie dense oil just to tip the balance and have a good omega 3 – omega 6 ratio. Any thoughts on this?

Antidepressant-induced hepatotoxicity research paper

antidepressant-induced hepatotoxicity research paper

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