These nutrients may help to combat depression


While many may think that consuming sweet treats might boost your mood, in fact, eating too much sugar may contribute to the symptoms of depression. — The Depressed Cake Shop

Every person’s mood fluctuates, and their experience of it is unique and depends on numerous factors.

These include external factors, such as the environment or situation they are in or have been in, and internal factors such as fluctuations in hormones, neurotransmitters and nutrient availability.

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