Fish is one healthy food that can help fight depression, according to research published in January 2014 in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Fish plays a role in many traditional regional diets,
Choosing whole grains and high-fiber foods over refined sugar and flour products is good for your body and brain health.
The more fruit you eat, the lower your risk of depression, according to a review of research examining the correlation between fruit and vegetable consumption and depression.
Eat a wide array of vegetables, with lots of leafy greens and high-fiber root vegetables," Jacka says. The same research analysis that linked higher fruit intake with reduced depression risk
The new and rapidly emerging field of research into gut health suggests that diet is essential in maintaining healthy intestinal microbiota,