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Association between dietary flavonoid intake and depressive symptoms: A cross-sectional research

Creating more space for foods loaded with flavonoids in our menu may boost our chances of warding off depression.

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Ultra-processed food intake and risk of depression: a systematic review

The odds of suffering from depression may be stacked against consumers of ultra-processed foods.

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Ultra-Processed Food Consumption and Depressive Symptoms in a Mediterranean Cohort

The love for ultra-processed foods may give rise to depression in young adults.

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Ultra-processed food exposure and adverse health outcomes: umbrella review of epidemiological meta-analyses

Consistent consumption of ultra-processed foods may be harmful to our health and put us at risk of suffering and dying from several chronic diseases, including obesity, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes.

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Consumption of ultra-processed foods is associated with depression, mesocorticolimbic volume, and inflammation

The odds of suffering from depression may be stacked against passionate consumers of ultra-processed foods.

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Does fruit and vegetable consumption impact mental health? Systematic review and meta-analyses of published controlled intervention studies

Filling our plates with generous portions of fruits and vegetables may be beneficial enhancing mental health and preventing symptoms of depression and anxiety.

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Ultraprocessed food and chronic noncommunicable diseases: A systematic review and meta-analysis of 43 observational studies

Inculcating the habit of consuming ultra-processed foods may result in a spike in the incidence of different non-communicable diseases, including obesity, cancer, depression, metabolic syndrome, and cardiometabolic diseases.

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Increased fruit intake is associated with reduced risk of depression: evidence from cross-sectional and Mendelian randomization analyses

Adequate intake of fruits may help improve psychological health and guard against the onset of depression.

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The Synergetic Impact of Physical Activity and Fruit and Vegetable Consumption on the Risk of Depression in Taiwanese Adults

Being physically active and including more fruits and vegetables in our diet may help ward off depression.

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High Sedentary Behavior Is Associated with Depression among Rural South Africans

Hopping on the sedentary lifestyle train may drive up the risk of depression in men and women.

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Association between ultra-processed foods and recurrence of depressive symptoms: the Whitehall II cohort study

Eating a diet high in ultra-processed foods may make an individual highly vulnerable to having depression repeatedly.

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Consumption of Ultraprocessed Food and Risk of Depression

Boarding the ultra-processed food train may take an individual on the path that leads to depression.

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