Scientists have found a link between depression and culinary preferences
Employees of Loma Linda University in the United States conducted a study in rats and found a link between depression and culinary preferences in adolescence. Worsening mood products specialists called fat meat, milk, fast-fudge and fried foods.
Experts identified stress-causing and depressed foods. These include foods rich in saturated fats. If you eat in adolescence fatty meat, milk, fast food, then when growing up, there will be problems with psychological stability. A person will not be able to endure life’s difficulties. He will turn into a limp depressive creature, requiring constant support from others.
Scientists conducted their experiments in rats. As a result, it turned out that rodents with a fat-rich diet are more prone to stress than their counterparts who ate well. According to experts, this pattern applies to people. Scientists advise to minimize the use of fast food, especially in adolescence.