Study: Depression less likely among those on Med diet

10/6/2009 | HealthDay News

A study of more than 10,000 adults in Spain found that those who were on a Mediterranean diet were 42% to 51% less likely to suffer from depression. Although the diet, which is rich in fish, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and nuts, might help prevent depression, researchers say it should not be used to treat people who have been diagnosed with the condition.

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