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New Study on Carbohydrates and Depression
October 29, 2013

Those with diets filled with red meat and carbs like pasta, bread, and soda were 29 to 41% more likely to be diagnosed with depression.

So why those foods? They're all thought to increase inflammation in body. That inflammation may also impact the brain and cause depression.

"These are early findings, it's certainly not proven," Dr. Patrick McGrath, Psychiatrist, Columbia University.

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