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Fast food, skipping breakfast, caffeine and high-glycemic (HG) food are all associated with mental distress in mature women

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Fast food, skipping breakfast, caffeine and high-glycemic (HG) food are all associated with mental distress in mature women Fast food, skipping breakfast, caffeine and high-glycemic (HG) food are all associated with mental distress in mature women

Fast food, skipping breakfast, caffeine and high-glycemic (HG) food are all associated with mental distress in mature women






Fruits and dark green leafy vegetables (DGLV) are associated with mental well-being.Exercise could reduce negative association of certain food and mental distress in mature women Women's mental health likely has a higher association with dietary factors than men's, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.Lina Begdache, assistant professor of health and wellness studies at Binghamton University, had previously published research on diet and mood that suggests that a high-quality diet improves mental health. She wanted to test whether customization of diet improves mood among men and women ages 30 or older.Along with research assistant Cara M. Patrissy, Begdache dissected the different food groups that are associated with mental distress in men and women ages 30 years and older, as well as studied the different dietary patterns in relation to exercise frequency and mental distress. The results suggest that women's mental health has a higher association with dietary factors than that of men. Mental distress and exercise frequency were associated with different dietary and lifestyle patterns, which support the concept of customizing diet and lifestyle factors to improve mental wellbeing."We found a general relationship between eating healthy, following healthy dietary practices, exercise and mental well-being," said Begdache. "Interestingly, we found that for unhealthy dietary patterns, the level of mental distress ...
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Fast food, skipping breakfast, caffeine and high-glycemic (HG) food are all associated with mental distress in mature women Fast food, skipping breakfast, caffeine and high-glycemic (HG) food are all associated with mental distress in mature women

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Publication date: 10-06-2021 16:05
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