By Heather Callaghan, Editor
No one wants to be depressed – and no one would pay someone to increase their depression for them. Yet what if something as simple as your next bite of food could place you in a depression risk category?
If you eat this diet you have a 51% increased risk of getting a depression diagnosis or antidepressant prescription…
Our readers probably won’t be surprised to find out we’re talking about a fast-food diet! We’re talking about cheap, refined foods such as pizzas, commercial baked goods, burgers, fries, chips, pastries, cakes and more.
There is also a so-called ‘dose-response effect’ for fast food.
Dr Almudena Sánchez-Villegas, the lead author of the study, explained:
“…the more fast food you consume, the greater the risk of depression.”
The research showed that those eating the mostThis post was originally published on this site