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Fruit consumption reduces the risk of depression in adults. JАD:


Scientists at the Sydney Center for Healthy Brain Aging (CHeBA) have found that fruit consumption is associated with a reduced risk of depression in adults aged 45 and over. The results of the study were published in the Journal of Affective Disorders (JАD). The study involved 7,801 volunteers without depression. All of them were over 45 years old. First, the scientists collected information about the fruits and vegetables section of each subject's diet with the help of questionnaires. After that, the researchers started observing the participants, which lasted for nine years.
1630 new cases of depression were registered during the observation period. The comparative analysis showed that the influence of the consumption of vegetables on the probability of occurrence of this disease was not statistically significant. However, a higher proportion of fruit in the diet has definitely been correlated with higher mental well-being. Scientists have hypothesized that vegetables are consumed more often in a cooked state, which results in the loss of most of the nutrients. And fruits are mostly eaten raw, which allows you to get all the antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients necessary for brain health.