Omega-3 Eicosapentaenoic Acid Is Related to Happiness and a Sense of Fulfillment
We found that happiness had stronger positive relationships with a sense of fulfillment, serum EPA%, and premenopause, in that order, among a hospital and nursing home workers. Furthermore, we tried to speculate medications from a sense of fulfillment to happiness. Although our model failed to explain indirect pathways through FAs, the question remains as to why ALA and a sense of fulfillment were inversely related. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report showing an association between happiness and EPA separate from DHA. Although additional studies, using other populations, larger sample sizes, and preferably longitudinal designs, remain necessary to further evaluate the functions of EPA, our findings suggest that EPA may be beneficial to maintain our psychological wellbeing.
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