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Diet Of Ultra-Processed Foods Linked to Higher Depression Risk Long Term

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Ultra-processed food consumption is linked to a higher risk of mental health problems in the long term. Image for illustration purposes
Ultra-processed food consumption is linked to a higher risk of mental health problems in the long term. Image for illustration purposes

Medical News Today

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  • The more that a person’s daily calories come from ultra-processed foods, the more likely they are to experience depression long-term, a new study suggests.
  • The association between these foods and depression persisted regardless of sex, body mass index, age, marital status, social living situation, or level of physical activity.
  • Australia’s population gets a high percentage of their daily calories from ultra-processed foods, but residents of the United States and the United Kingdom residents get even more.

According to a new study from Australia, whose results appear in the Journal of Affective Disorders, people who consume a diet high in ultra-processed foods are more likely to experience depression as much as a decade later.

Follow the link below to read the full story on Medical News Today:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/diet-of-ultra-processed-foods-linked-to-higher-depression-risk-long-term?utm_source=Sailthru%20Email&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=MNT%20Daily%20News&utm_content=2023-08-29&apid=&rvid=4ba4ec80177cae00eabc43b8bc6648d598c4a356d104663735777e0a0f8b5c9f

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Information Source; https://www.medicalnewstoday.com

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