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High rate of consumption of sugar may increase the incidence of depression.
Fondness for sugar-sweetened beverages may push an individual closer to depression.
Lovers of sugar-sweetened beverages and foods may be at high risk of developing recurrent depression and common mental disorder.
Cigarette smoking may heighten the risk of depression in middle-aged and older women.
Cigarette smokers may be highly vulnerable to depression.
Adequate intake of fruits and vegetables may decrease the incidence of depression in middle-aged women.
Depression is less likely to occur in elderly individuals on high tomato diets.
High dietary ingestion of vegetables may help to keep depression away from the elderly.
Following a plant-based diet may help an individual to beat depression and anxiety.
The odds of suffering from depression may be tilted against habitual drinkers of sugar-sweetened beverages.
Frequent consumers of meat may have a higher propensity to suffer from depression.