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Diets Low In Fiber Have Been Linked To Depression!

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Eat walnuts, Wild Salmon, arugula, tomatoes, anchovies and increase vitamins E& D along with a B12 supplement. Brazil nuts, oysters, albacore tuna, clams, sardines, pork tenderloin, crab, fish, lean lamb, baked chicken. chicken soup, sunflower seeds, eggs, low-fat cottage cheese, pinto beans, black bean, & brussels sprouts

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  • I know I use to deal with a lot of depression and winters were always the worst, but I have notices since my conscious effort to eat healthier and avoid the bad carbs and fats , my mood is more stable. It doesn't take away all depression , but certainly helps you to cope. Sometimes our depression is linked to how bad we feel physically; so eat healthier feel better mentally - by GARDENROSE
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    Great post and comments for those who are not able to eat for whatever reasons all those delicious foods you mentioned Sunshine. I fine Metamucil a wonderful and very convenient product. For my own use...which is also to help lower Cholesterol and increase my fibre intake. I went from maybe getting like most people less than 15mg a day to about 18mg a day with the fibre on top of my diet. I feel WONDERFUL. emoticon - by DYAN12345
  • i've just started this week sprouting my own sunflower seeds - the sprouts are DELICIOUS and contain so many more digestable "goodnesses"....look it up - it's awesome - even my kids eat the sprouts like candy! emoticon - by JONAH23
  • This is new information to me. Thanks for the input.
    It feels good to know I eat many of these things already. I understand sunflower seeds have more benes than we realized. Glad to see that on the list! - by DUSTYPRAIRIE

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