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Frequent consumers of meat may have a higher propensity to suffer from depression.
Generous consumption of fruits and vegetables may help halt the onset and progression of cognitive decline.
Adopting a high-fiber diet may stack the odds of avoiding depression in favor of individuals.
A high-fiber diet rich in fruits and vegetables may help to ward off depression.
The odds of avoiding depression may be stacked in favor of high consumers of fruits and vegetables.
High dietary intake of vegetables may help slow down the rate of cognitive decline in older women.
Frequent consumers of vegetables may be less prone to suffer from dementia and age-associated cognitive impairment.
A decline in cognitive impairment and dementia risk is associated with frequent consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Regular consumers of dairy foods are much more prone to develop Parkinson's disease than individuals who rarely consume or totally avoid dairy products.
Habitual intake of flavonoid-rich foods, such as citrus fruits, may lower the odds of suffering from depression in middle-aged and older women.
Increased consumption of fruits, vegetables, and foods rich in vitamin C, beta-cryptoxanthin, and lutein may reduce the risk of suffering from depression in older adults.