Mediterranean diet against depression

Mediterranean diet with fruit, vegetables, nuts, and cereals can protect against cardiovascular and metabolic problems and even lower risk of depression.

Mediterranean Diet
According to a new study “Adherence to Mediterranean Diet and Reduced Risk of Late-Life Depression” results, people with high adherence to a Mediterranean diet have a lower likelihood of developing depression or symptoms associated with depression.
Among all participants involved in the study, 64% reported medium adherence to the Mediterranean diet, and 34% showed high adherence.
Nearly one-quarter screened positive for depressive symptoms.
Authors of the study remark that people with depression have more difficulty maintaining healthy diets, exercise, and other aspects of a healthy lifestyle.

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