Thursday, November 6, 2014

Not Easily Affected Depression? Reduce Junk Food.

What's the relationship between food and depression? Is it food keep better in happyness?
A recent study reported by the British Journal of Psychiatry states that frequent consumption of processed foods such as junk food may increase the risk of depression, heart disease, and cancer. However, if diligently consume healthy foods such as grains, vegetables, and fruits, will have good benefits to protect the health of the body.
Researchers from the UK and France examined 3,486 men and women with an average age of 55 years. Each participant was asked to fill the questionnaire data about the types of food consumed and how many times they consume in a day. Having studied with a variety of other variables such as age and sex, the researchers found that participants who frequently consumed processed foods such as junk food, have a higher risk of developing depression.

Processed foods like fast food does have a very delicious flavor. But, are you aware if the sense of pleasure that is obtained from the high addictive substances contained in these foods? In fact, not infrequently make you addicted to continue to eat it. The high addictive substance in food is certainly highly impact on the quality of your body's health.

Well, you need to watch your diet from now on. It is inevitable that the application of a proper diet can help you maintain overall of tour body health and mental health.

Here's a guide to a good diet to help the body stay healthy and free from depression.

1. Avoid Fast Foods

Fast foods tend to use additives such as sugar, salt, fat, and flavor overload. The advantages of these substances in the body can cause deadly diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and stroke. Change your habits by eating lots of vegetables and fruits.

2. Get Breakfast

People who are regular breakfast in the morning will be more energetic throughout the day than those without breakfast, and also prevents you from eating too much.

3. Healthy Snacks

Instead of snacking on a jar of potato chips, you better replace it with a handful of nuts. In addition to a low-calorie, beans can nourish your body with the nutrients that are more complete than potato chips.

4. Read the Food Labels

Be a smart consumer by always reading labels on packaged foods before you consume them. Research shows that people who diligently read food labels to reduce the risk of overweight.

5. Familiarize Eating at Home

By eating at home, at least you can decide for yourself what a healthy menu that you can eat with your family. As well as providing education to your children how a healthy diet that should be safeguarded.

Make it balance with other good habits such exercise 3-4 times a week, to improve the health of your body and mind better. Thankyou.

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