Depression and anxiety may be connected to antioxidant levels

In November 2018, researchers in Iran and Canada published a study in the journal Nutrition, showing a connection between depression and anxiety and antioxidant levels.

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Vitamin D deficiency connected to depression in young adults

Researchers in Saudi Arabia recently published a study in the Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics, showing a connection between vitamin D deficiency and depression among university-age students.

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This diet could be making your mental health worse

In October 2018, researchers in Iran and Canada published the results of their recent study in the journal Clinical Nutrition. They outlined how they discovered that following a specific diet may affect depression, anxiety and psychological distress. 

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Two diets that may improve depression

Researchers in France and the UK recently published a study in Molecular Psychiatry, showing a connection between diet and depression.

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Vitamin D may reduce depression in older adults

Researchers in Iran recently published a study in Clinical Nutrition, showing a connection between vitamin D supplementation and depression in older adults.

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Depression and anxiety connected to poor diet

Researchers in the Netherlands recently published a study in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, showing a connection between diet quality and mental health.

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Poor diet linked to bipolar, depression, and schizophrenia

Researchers in Australia, Italy, UK, and USA recently published a study in World Psychiatry, showing a connection between nutritional intake and mental health.

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Coffee and tea may reduce lifetime depression

Researchers in Korea recently published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Nutrients, showing a connection between lifetime depression and tea and coffee consumption.

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Pro-inflammatory foods might increase depression in teen girls

Researchers in Iran, Lebanon, and the United States recently published a study in Frontiers in Psychology, showing a connection between eating a pro-inflammatory diet and having depression.

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A diet rich in magnesium may improve mental health

Researchers in Iran and Canada recently published a study in the British Journal of Nutrition, showing a connection between magnesium consumption and mental health.

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