Natural Antidepressant Fruit. A Spanish study says so
Natural antidepressant fruit. A Spanish study says this
Eating fruits and vegetables daily and in abundance could help us fight what has been defined by some sociologists as the evil of the third millennium, depression. Highlighting this, findings from recent research conducted by the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Not just any survey, but a study conducted on a sample of more than 15 thousand people that with scientific method would clarify what was a common feeling and a known fact already as a result of previous research, namely that a fruit diet, besides having so many benefits on our physical health, would also have incredibly positive effects on our mental health. And the results are enlightening: abundant consumption of fruits and vegetables, especially if daily, protects our brains from all kinds of pathologies affecting the human brain. In the contrast, a diet Rich in Meats and Fats Puts Us At Risk of Going Into depression.
In particular, in addition to fruits and vegetables, legumes and nuts, all foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, as well as the many vitamins and minerals, were also found to be of great impact. It is clear, moreover, that combining a balanced diet with a healthy lifestyle of lots of physical activity and very few vices would complete a picture that otherwise would not have the same desired effects. This is not the “discovery of hot water,” for Giovanni D’Agata, president of the “Sportello deiRights“ but a scientific contribution to evidence already known to our grandparents, which should help raise awareness to abandon high-protein dietary habits disconnected from our Mediterranean tradition that, unfortunately, have become increasingly widespread, especially among the younger segments of the citizenry.