Researchers in London studied the dietary patterns of nearly 3,500 civil service office workers between the ages of 35 and 55. The subjects were followed in seven phases from 1985 to 2004. With many other factors accounted for, the scientists concluded there is a cause-effect relationship between poor dietary choices and depression. Based on results published in the November 2009 British Journal of Psychiatry, public health advocates will soon be recommending diets high in unprocessed foods for the purpose of preventing depression. Two Diet Patterns Emerged Subjects were asked about their consumption of 127 foods in 37 food groups. Anglicized
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