Here’s a new study from England which links eating a lot of processed foods with an increased risk for depression. Interesting findings! It seems the Mediterranean diet is the way to go!
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Interesting. Depression is such a difficult subject. The best article I have come across is by Dr Joseph Carver. I like it because it is so practical and non-judgmental. It is useful if you suspect a friend or family member may be depressed but reluctant to face up to it. This takes the stigma away and makes it much easier to deal with. Here is a link. I hope that any of your readers struggling with depression may find it helpful. http://bit.ly/2NHsS4
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