A new study finds a Mediterranean diet rich in vegetables, fruits, nuts and fish could help prevent depression.
Researchers found those who followed the diet strictly had a 33-percent lower risk of being diagnosed with depression.
People whose diets were high in inflammatory foods, like processed meats, trans fats and alcohol, were more likely to have depression.
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Study shows Mediterranean diet could help prevent depression