Hypertension-Lowering Diet Linked To Lower Depression Levels

Hypertension-Lowering Diet Linked To Lower Depression Levels    

Diet Helps The Gut Microorganisms, Which In Turn, Produce Hormones That Combat Depression    

The DASH diet is based on fruits, vegetables, lean meats, and low-fat dairy foods, and has been designed to fight high blood pressure. However, researchers have found out that it also helps to combat depression. Studies have proved that there is a link between our gut microbiota, the microorganisms in the intestine that help digest the food, and the mood. These microorganisms have an active role in the production of hormones that regulate our moods, such as serotonin and dopamine. To prove the link between a healthy diet and depression, researchers, evaluated the dietary habits of a group of people and compared it to the DASH diet, and to their mood. However, the most interesting finding was the effect of a healthy diet combined with antidepressant drugs. Click here for more info.


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