Best breakfast to help tackle depression, according to science – Mirror Online

There are a number of studies, including one by Harvard Medical School, which suggest exercise and diet weigh heavily on mental health. Nutritionist Melissa Brunetti, who specialises in the connection between food and mental health, says that diet is still too often overlooked as a treatment for depression.Brunetti told Quartz that food “can have a huge impact on people’s mental health.”Nutrients are needed to fuel our brain. If we’re not getting the nutrients in through diet, then we don’t have the nutrients to formulate our neurotransmitters, our neurochemicals, or regulate our blood sugar or hormones.”

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