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Certain diets associated with a lower risk of depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder

By Medisys on August 04 2017 |

shutterstock_552767923.jpgStudies suggest that healthy diets are associated with a lower risk of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and suicide in adults. Research suggests that diets higher in plant foods, such as vegetables, fruits, legumes and whole grains, as well as lean proteins, including fish, are associated with a reduced risk for depression and other mental illness, whilst dietary patterns that include more processed food and sugary products are associated with an increased risk of depressionRead more….