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11/24/2018 / By Ellaine Castillo
In recent years, the number of people suffering from mental illnesses like depression and anxiety has dramatically increased. Those who suffer from these conditions spend millions of dollars on prescription medications and therapy, but they tend to ignore one of the most important things when it comes to mental and physical health: nutrition.
Many studies suggest that nutrients are essential for preventing mental health disorders. People who follow a healthier diet — which includes vegetables, fruits, meat, fish, and whole grains — have better mental health than those who eat high amounts of processed foods, refined grains, and added sugars. Unfortunately, when people suffer from mental health problems, they often neglect self-care, putting nutrition in the back seat — when it should be front and center. This only makes their condition worse, causing them to turn to expensive medications and therapy — when they could change their nutritional intake, which is cheaper and more convenient than conventional treatments.
Many essential nutrients are important for maintaining overall health. Among these, the following nutrients are especially beneficial for mental health:
Many people suffer from mental health problems, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Just by being more mindful of the foods that you eat, you can significantly improve your mental health. (Related: Natural nutrients and diet lower risk of disease and extend healthy lifespan.)
For more articles about the effects of nutrient imbalance on health, visit BrainNutrients.news.
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