Eating Fruits, Vegetables, and Whole Grains Cuts the Risk of Depression
A new study from Rush University in Chicago, US, suggests that eating fruits, vegetables, and whole grains reduces people’s risk of developing depression by more than 10%.
For the study, a team of researchers analyzed 964 people whose average age was 81 years every 12 months for approximately six and a half years. The participants of the research have been monitored for symptoms of depression.
Study author Dr. Laurel Cherian says: “Making lifestyle changes such as changing your diet is often preferred over taking medications, so we wanted to see in diet could be an effective way to reduce the risk of depression.”
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