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Omega 3
Do you eat fish every day? Is it fatty fish, like salmon and sardines? If you're like most of us and answered no, an omega-3 supplement may be just what you need. "I think of it as helping with your hormones because it lowers cortisol levels and reduces inflammation, which is the root of many diseases, including anxiety and depression," says Gottfried. Considering women ages 40 to 59 have the highest rate of depression, according to the CDC, doing what you can to help buffer that inflammation sooner could be beneficial.

How much to take: 2000 mg per day, says Gottfried.