I believe that self-care and nourishment should be prioritized in the pursuant of good mental health. So, it’s high time we take into consideration, the consumption of these essential fruits and vegetables to attain a mental health stability, other than longing for drugs when a disorder is full-blown.
“Mental illness is hugely costly to both the individual and society, and mental wellbeing underpins many physical diseases, unhealthy lifestyles, and social inequalities in health. It has become very important that we begin to research the factors that enable people to maintain a sense of well-being, said Stewart-Brown, Ph.D a co-author of a research on the importance of healthy food on mental health.
Over all other things, your mental health should be placed. Because, it will be costly, if the system finally breaks down.
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In a research conducted at the McLean Hospital and published in the February 15, 2005 issue of Biological Psychiatry, certain foods were said to be better at treating depression than antidepressant drugs that have side effects of medication. It was found that foods high in a compound called uridine and omega-3 fatty acids were able to reduce the symptoms of depression even better than different antidepressant drugs that were tested in the process.