Better Mental Health? Eat Your Fruit!
2 monthes ago - By Cathe Friedrich
Can eating more fruit improve your mood? A study finds a link between munching on fruit and better mental health and well-being. This study, carried out by researchers and published in the British Journal of Nutrition, finds that after surveying over 400 adults, those who snack on fruit were less likely to report symptoms of depression and were more likely to enjoy better mental health.
Could fruit be a key to better mental health? This study shows a correlation between snacking on fruit and better mental health rather than causation, but it suggests that food choices have an impact on...
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