More Fruits and Vegetables for less Stress and Depression

Depression is associated with increased morbidity and mortality, and decreased physical, cognitive and social functioning. Depression is also the leading cause of disability worldwide and is expected to be among the top three causes of global disease burden by 2030. Several studies show that increasing fruit and vegetable intake is associated with better mental health, including lower risk of depression and psychological distress. This benefit was higher in women than men. As life expectancy continues to rise, improving mental health is important to maintain quality of life of the golden years. The recommendations for a healthy diet include five serving of fruits and vegetables daily (one m

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