Depression is one of the most common mental health illnesses that affects mood, thoughts and behavior. Common symptoms of depression include elongated bouts of sadness or lack of purpose, lack of motivation to do things you normally like to do, moodiness, irritability, frustration, spending less time with friends and family, sleep disturbances, fatigue, aches and pains, and slowing of thoughts and actions.
Foods/Choices to Include:
- Fruits and vegetables: a variety of colorful produce (red/yellow/orange/green/blue/purple)
- Legumes, nuts/seeds and beans
- Antioxidant-rich colorful fruits and veggies: Carrots, sweet potato, blueberries, purple cabbage, tomato, beets, green leafy vegetables
- Folate-rich foods: Kale, swiss chard, spinach, beet/mustard/collard greens
- Citrus: Lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit
- Omega-3 rich foods: Ground flaxseed, hemp seed, walnuts, wild fish (salmon)
Foods/Choices to Avoid:
- Refined and processed sugary foods and beverages
- High fat foods
- Fried foods
- Processed meats
- High fat dairy products
- Artificial sweeteners
- Artificial colors and additives
- Preservatives (nitrates, benzoates)
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