Study: Switching to low-fat diet may spur withdrawal symptoms

Going on a low-fat diet may have effects similar to drug withdrawal and cause chemical changes in the brain associated with depression, a University of Montreal study of mice found. Researcher Stephanie Fulton said dietary changes can cause withdrawal symptoms and "a greater sensitivity to stressful situations, launching a vicious cycle of poor eating."

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