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Processed Foods might trigger depression. Yes, your diet can be associated with depression. Not enough omega-3 foods is another cause for increased levels of depression, as well as, junk food and sweets. Eat nuts, spinach or Kale asparagus, avocado, sweet potatoes, quinoa, apples, chicken and they will boost your mood. You will see a difference.
Lack of folic acid can be the major cause of depression, but junk food & processed foods are also the culprit. Heavily processed foods are laden with sodium & always lead to depression. To avoid depression eat spinach, asparagus, avocados, sweet potatoes, navy beans, bananas, black beans, watermelon, whole-wheat breads, apples, legumes, uinoa, kale and other green leafy vegetables. Take B-12 & B complex vitamins & indulge in seafood, like salmon, tuna or mackerel fish, along with nut oils.
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