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You Are What You Eat
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You Are What You Eat
Are you a picky eater?

Did you know that type of food you consume might lead to a mental illness that will ultimately kill you?

Sad as it is poor appetite, skipping, meals, and a. preference of sugary foods are a few examples that could cost you your mental health.

According to research mental illness is more typically thought of as strictly biochemical-based or emotionally-rooted however experts insist nutrition plays a key role in the onset as well as severity and duration of depression.

According to World Health Organisation (WHO) Anxiety and depression are among the most common mental health conditions worldwide hinting that depression could be one of the top health concerns in the world by 2030.

The most common nutritional deficiencies seen in patients with mental disorders are of omega 3 fatty acids, B vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that are precursors of neurotransmitters.

Researchers claim that although mental disease is often assumed to be solely biological in nature or emotionally driven, nutritionists are adamant that it plays a critical part in the onset, severity, and length of depression.

The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that anxiety and depression are two of the most prevalent mental health diseases worldwide, raising the possibility that depression may rank among the world's top health concerns by 2030.

Patients with mental problems frequently lack omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that act as precursors to neurotransmitters.

A growing body of evidence from demographic research shows a connection between frequent fish consumption and a low incidence of mental problems, with omega-3 fatty acid intake being the primary cause of the reduced incidence rate.

The recommended daily intake of omega-3 fatty acids for healthy people is one to two grams, however research has shown that patients with mental illnesses can safely and effectively take up to 9.6 grams.

Major signs of depression include heightened sadness and worry, appetite loss, a melancholy mood, and a lack of interest in pleasurable activities..

Patients with mental problems frequently lack omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that act as precursors to neurotransmitters.
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