Diets high in inflammatory foods tied to poorer mental health: Study
Australia: A recent study has linked healthy diet to better mental health and well being and states that diets high in inflammatory foods are associated with poorer mental well being in children aged 11-12 years, similar effects were observed in their parents. The study, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, highlights the need for more strategies to warn families off junk food.
The study titled, "Does an inflammatory diet affect mental well-being in late childhood and mid-life? A cross-sectional study," is published in the British Journal of Nutrition.