The risk of depression can be reduced if to eat right. Sure scientists from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. They compared three diets and their impact on mental health, writes Medical News Today. The study involved more than 15 thousand people.
Products were divided into "good" and "bad". To the first scientists carried legumes, fruits, vegetables, nuts. In the group of "bad" foods were sweets, some varieties of meat. Of the 15 thousand people in 1,5 thousand have been identified symptoms of depression and prescribed antidepressants.
The most healthy diet was a diet with a predominance of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and unsaturated fatty acids. Typical meat eaters and those with a sweet tooth suffered from depression relatively more frequently than others.