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Nutrient Deficiencies Common Within Non-Omnivorous Diets and their Association with Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
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"The FRAP assay has its limitations like many other assays do when used in isolation, to present quantitative results from any one assay as the ‘total antioxidant power’ of a given sample is an oversimplification. Comparisons can be made between studies using correlative analysis, but to produce a more comprehensive and accurate representation of absolute AOC, multiple assays should be carried out with appropriate positive controls based on the samples being tested. A standardised multi-assay model is required to remove ambiguity and arbitrary comparisons of AOC."
"...a link between vitamin D deficiency and depression may be a result of inherent behaviours that are associated with depression that worsen one’s vitamin D status, studies have shown that there may also be a neurobiological link between vitamin D deficiency and mediators of depression. Therefore, a cyclical, causal relationship may be at play that would better explain the associations that have been seen between vitamin D and depression."