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The Vegan Diet and Depression: What You Need to Know

The Vegan Diet and Depression: What You Need to Know

These are strange times. Reports of the implosion of the meat industry due to the coronavirus pandemic, the closure of massive pork, chicken, and beef factories to worker illnesses, and governmental interventions to prop...

Vegan Diet Could Reduce Symptoms of Depression and Improve Mental Health for Type-2 Diabetes...

Evidence highlighting the positive influence of a vegan diet on type-2 diabetes continues to compound. A recent research review not only looks at the physical benefits, but also studies the way a plant-based diet...

41 Recent Studies Link Plant-Based Diet to Decreased Risk of Depression

Can a vegan diet reduce the risk of depression? Studies have shown that a mostly plant-based Mediterranean diet can help to prevent depression, according to a review of 41 studies on the topic published in...
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Fiber-Rich Plant-Based Diet May Help Reduce Symptoms of Depression, Says Research

Recent research out of China suggests a fiber-rich diet may help to reduce the symptoms of depression. The cross-sectional study, which was published in the journal Nutrition, reviewed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey...
E A Plant-Based Vegan Diet May Help Reverse Symptoms of Depression, Multiple Studies Find

A Plant-Based Vegan Diet May Help Reverse Symptoms of Depression, Multiple Studies Find

Updated October 19, 2019. | Several recent studies show that a diet rich in whole, plant-based foods like fruits, vegetables, and grains may not only help prevent major depression, but also treat it once...
Plant-Based Foods May Help Fight Depression, New Studies Show

Vegan Diet May Decrease Risk of Depression, Study Finds

New research on the impacts our daily dietary choices have on our risk factors for mental health issues points to the benefits of a plant-based or vegan diet in mitigating depression, particularly in elderly...

5 Tips On How To Be Happy As A Vegan

A recent study by Bristol University, published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, reported that non-meat consuming humans or humans who lack a balanced diet consumption, are twice as likely to develop depression than...