Diets Rich in Fiber and Vegetables May Help with Poor Mental Health
Researchers have long suspected that a poor diet can lead to poor mental health.
A new study finds that eating more nutrient-dense meals which are high in fiber and vegetables, while cutting back on fast foods and refined sugars, is sufficient for avoiding the potentially negative psychological effects of a bad diet. Combine these dietary tips with regular exercise and a greater improvement of depressive symptoms can be seen. For more on this research, check out Medical News Today.