Scientists have looked at our diet changes mental health. What we eat affects our until we are 30. This explains why adults are more emotionally stable. The researcher was a professor of health and wellness . She said people knew that diet affected , heart disease and obesity, but not that it affected our health. She suggested that mental well-being led to eating and .
The was carried out anonymously. A was sent via professional and social networks. Researchers found that under 30 who ate food more than three times a had higher levels of anxiety and depression. For adults over 30, eating carbohydrates and more reduced these conditions. The researchers said a Mediterranean diet was as for our brain as for our body. It has that are for a healthy brain.