Could eating fruit more often keep depression at bay?

Researchers from Aston University have reported that regularly eating fruit may also have an impact on our mental health. The team study surveyed over 420 adults from across the U.K. and looked at the relationship between their consumption of fruit, vegetables, sweet and savoury food snacks, and their psychological health. Accordingly, they found that how often we eat fruit is more important to our psychological health than the total amount we consume during a typical week.

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