Poor food choices contribute to poor mental health, diabetes risk

Poor food choices contribute to poor mental health, diabetes risk

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In contrast, a diet containing a large number of processed foods was found to have a negative impact, increasing the likelihood of type 2 diabetes, depression and anxiety.

Additionally, the research team found that a diet rich in energy-rich foods but lacking in essential nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folate, selenium, chromium and magnesium . Both mental health and the development of type 2 diabetes are associated with increased adverse symptoms.

This relationship emphasizes the importance of nutrient-rich dietary choices for overall health and well-being.

“Current scientific evidence outlines the potential benefits of adopting a well-balanced dietary diet in enhancing glycemic control in individuals with diabetes, as well as reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression,” Basiri said.

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