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Healthier diet may help lift depression symptom
by Carolyn Crist
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10 October 2019
On 10 October 2019 Reuters reported:
Young adults who eat poorly and feel blue might be able to perk themselves up by switching to a healthier diet, a small study suggests. In a randomized trial, men and women aged 17-35 in Australia who switched to a healthier diet had fewer depression symptoms after three weeks. And those who kept up the healthy eating for three months continued to feel better than at the start, researchers report in the journal PLoS ONE.
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'This has 100 percent reach (since everybody needs to eat), is more cost effective than medications, and is an aspect of treatment that individuals can control themselves,' said lead study author Heather Francis of Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
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