Poor nutrition increases the risk for depression

A lot of cholesterol, saturated fats and carbohydrates: This is a diet that promotes inflammation. Researchers at the University of Manchester have now found out that Fast Food, biscuits and processed meats also increase the risk of developing Depression.

He who eats many of the foods that the inflammation of the favor, a 40 percent increased risk of Depression developing – regardless of age and gender. This has resulted in a review of eleven studies, the correlations between depression and inflammatory have studied nutrition.

Dr. Steven Bradburn from the Bioscience Research Center in the School of Healthcare Science, Manchester Metropolitan says: "These findings have enormous clinical potential for the treatment of depression and possibly for other diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease that have an inflammatory component. The change in diet, could sein&quot a cheap Alternative or Supplement to drug treatments;, thus, Bradburn.

An anti-inflammatory diet contains lots of fiber, vitamins (especially A, C and D), and unsaturated fats. So could help in the reversal conclusion a Mediterranean diet with olive oil, tomatoes, green vegetables and oily fish, to relieve depressive symptoms.

In the analysis of the eleven studies data were used for the nutrition and depressive symptoms of over 100,000 study participants, aged from 16 to 72 years. The studies came from the USA, Australia, Europe and the middle East.