Updated: Oct 5, 2018
An analysis of published research concludes that there is a clear link between following diets that are rich in plant foods — particularly the Mediterranean diet — and a lower risk of depression.
Plant-rich diet tied to reduced risk
As depression is the psychiatric condition that incurs the largest cost to society in the more developed parts of the world, "there is a need to gather evidence" on the impact that nutrition has on it, note the researchers in a paper on their work that now features in the journal Molecular Psychiatry.
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