Omega-3 may improve depression in the elderly

South Korean researchers recently published a study in Nutrition Research, showing a connection between fatty acid consumption and depression.

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How the type of grains women eat can affect their mental health

A team of Iranian and Canadian researchers recently teamed up to publish a study in the European Journal of Nutrition, showing a connection between the type of grain women eat and their mental health.

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4 ways gut bacteria may affect our mental health

Malaysian and Indian researchers recently published a paper in the peer-reviewed journal Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. In it, they discuss the mental health benefits of gut bacteria.

There are a few notable points the researchers raise in their paper.

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Omega-3 may improve executive function in youth with depression or bipolar

American researchers recently published a study in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, showing a connection between omega-3 consumption and executive function.

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Mediterranean diet may improve mood

Dutch and Australian researchers recently published a study in the journal European Neuropsychopharmacology, showing a connection between the Mediterranean diet and mood.

They randomly assigned the 53 participants (all women between the ages of 18 and 38) to one of two groups: a control group and a group participating in the Mediterranean diet.

During the first visit, researchers measured food consumption, alertness, calmness, contentedness, anxiety, anger, fatigue, vigour, and confusion. Over the next 10 days, participants recorded their daily food intake.

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A varied diet may improve severe depression

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.

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3 food groups that may affect anxiety and depression symptoms

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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New study from Peru finds fruits and veggies help mental health

Recently, Peruvian researchers published a study in the academic journal PLOS ONE, showing a connection depression levels and fruit and vegetables.

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Food insecurity connected to stronger depression symptoms

American and Ugandan researchers recently published a study in Public Health Nutrition showing a connection between food insecurity and depression.

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Diet may improve depression in teen girls

Researchers in Iran, China, Canada, and UK recently published a study in Psychiatry Research showing a connection between depression in teen girls and the food they eat.

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