Two major dietary patterns predict mental depression

A so-called Western diet comprised of refined grains, white potatoes, cheese, meat, fat and added sugar increases the prevalence of mental depression compared to a whole grains, vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts and seeds.  Those individuals who consume the second dietary pattern are about 40% less likely to experience mental depression. [Journal Medicinal Food Oct 3, 2016]

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