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Iranian researchers recently published a study in the Annals of General Psychiatry, showing a connection between diet diversity and severe depression.
The researchers conducted the study on nearly 400 women between the ages of 20 and 49 and living in the Tehran area. They measured depression, anxiety, and stress levels. They also measured dietary intake, specifically dietary diversity.
Belgian researchers recently published an article in the European Journal of Public Health, showing a connection between diet and symptoms of anxiety and depression.
The researchers analyzed the data of over 2,000 participants from the Belgian National Food Consumption Survey 2014. Participants were 10–64 years of age, and the survey included information about each person’s food intake and symptoms of anxiety and depress (what the researchers described as psychological distress). The researchers examined the relationship between these two datasets using logistic regression models,
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Dutch, Spanish, and American researchers recently published a study in the Journal of Affective Disorders showing a connection between diet and depression.
The researchers analyzed the data from 24 studies, which represented a total of nearly 2 million person-years. They looked at diet components (such as fish, vegetables, fruit, and so on) and compared them to incidence of depression.
What they discovered was that those who have a higher quality diet were less likely to have depression over time.
Earlier this month, Irish and American researchers published a study in Clinical Nutrition, showing a connection between mental health and a pro inflammation diet.
The researchers assessed the diet and mental health of over 2,000 adults. The looked for inflammatory diets and cross checked that against general well-being and symptoms of depression and anxiety.