You know that veggies, fruit, and whole grains are good for you, but here is something new: Wholesome meals might help you combat depression naturally also, according to another research.
“There’s evidence linking healthful lifestyle modifications to lower degrees of depression and this research sought to analyze the role that diet plays in preventing depression,” explains Laurel Cherian, MD, the study author.
Individuals who followed a diet high in red meat and saturated fat and low in veggies were prone to develop depression.
Depression affects about 16 million American adults each year, as stated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Approximately 1 of every 6 adults in the USA will suffer from depression at some point in their own lives.
As of this moment, the analysis only shows an institution, but it sure can not hurt to eat more whole foods since they also help fight chronic inflammation.