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Changing Your Diet Can Help Tamp Down Depression, Boost Mood


Changing Your Diet Can Help Tamp Down Depression, Boost Mood


Enlarge this image Depression symptoms dropped significantly in a group of young adults who ate a Mediterranean-style diet for three weeks. It's the latest study to show that food can influence mental health. Claudia Totir/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Claudia Totir/Getty Images There's fresh evidence that eating a healthy diet, one that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables and limits highly processed foods, can help reduce symptoms of depression.

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