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More fruits, nuts and seeds, less alcohol and sugary treats: why what you eat can affect your mental health

Nutrition specialists have been making a connection between food and mental health for several years. Depression in particular has become an issue of concern, affecting more than 264 million people across the globe, according to the World Health Organization.The emerging field of nutritional psychiatry that criss-crosses nutrition, dietetics and psychology uses whole foods and nutrients to improve mental well-being and our mental fitness.Harvard-trained nutritional psychiatrist Dr Uma Naidoo is…

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