The connection between heart health & brain health

In September 2018, researchers in Australia published a study in Brain Imaging and Behavior, showing a connection between cardiovascular health and dementia.

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5 foods that may protect cognitive function in men

In November 2018, researchers at Harvard University in the United States published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Neurology, showing a connection between memory in men and consuming fruits and vegetables.

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Mediterranean diet may help improve mood

In November 2018, researchers in Australia published a study in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience, showing a connection between the Mediterranean diet and mood.

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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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How B vitamins affect the brain

In 2007, Canadian researchers reviewed several studies that had explored the connection between nutrition and mental health. As part of their review, they summarized several specific vitamins and minerals that affect brain function.

Here is their summary of how four specific B vitamins affect the brain. 

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What you should eat this Thanksgiving for your mental health

Canadian Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Besides being the perfect time to meditate on the things we’re thankful for, it’s a time to get together with friends and family. And where there are friends and family, there’s bound to be lots of food.

As we’ve discussed in the past, there’s a strong connection between nutrition and mental health. So, when you’re filling up on plates of great food, do your best to eat foods that improve your mental health and reduce symptoms of mental illness.

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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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Low inflammatory diet could reduce mental health severity risk

Researchers in Iran, Australia, and Canada recently published a study in Clinical Nutrition, showing a connection between an inflammation diet and mental health.

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