Less depression in older adults who eat Mediterranean diet

Researchers in Spain, Italy, Greece, Malta, and the United States recently published a study in Experimental Gerontology, showing a connection between the Mediterranean diet and depression among older adults.

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Why fruits and vegetables are critical to reducing depression

Researchers in Iran recently published a study in The British Journal of Nutrition, showing a connection between fruit and vegetable consumption and depression risk.

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5 dietary changes to improve depression

Last month, Chinese researchers published an editorial in the Journal of Psychiatry and Behaviour Therapy reporting in the use of diet in treating depression.

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Eating with families may improve parent mental health

Researchers in New Zealand and the United States recently published a study in Preventive Medicine, showing a connection between families eating together and the emotional health of those families.

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Eating a variety of vegetables may improve depression

Researchers in Australia recently published a study in the Journal of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, showing a connection between diet and depression

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Long-term antidepressant use may worsen depression

Researchers in Switzerland recently published a study in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, showing a connection between long-term antidepressant use and the worsening of depression symptoms over time.

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Probiotic supplementation may improve depression scores

Researchers in Iran recently published a study in Clinical Nutrition, showing a connection between probiotic supplementation and depression.

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Stress in pregnant mothers may lead to low birth weight in their babies

Researchers in India recently published a study in the International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics, showing a connection between stress of pregnant mothers and the health of their newborn babies.

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4 studies showing diet connected to better mental health in older adults

For over 20 years, we at Truehope have advocated for nutrition-based treatment options for mental health issues. At the time, little research supported this position. Times have changed, and today, there’s a growing body of research showing a strong connection between nutrition and mental health.

Take, for example, the following 3 studies that show diet is connected to better mental health in older adults.

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DASH diet may lessen depression rates

Researchers in the United States recently published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Neurology, showing a connection between the DASH diet and depression.

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