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Re: Published Study: Foods correlated Anti-D effect

Posted by mtom on July 8, 2019, at 13:34:15

In reply to Re: Published Study: Foods correlated Anti-D effect, posted by linkadge on July 8, 2019, at 12:37:17

> In addition to nutrient dense foods, some of the nutraceutical foods (i.e spices, coffee, tea etc) are associated with lower risks of depression.
> Linkadge

Yes, they didn't include those, or special antioxidants such as polyphenols or flavonoids, etc. because for the purposes of the study they wanted to compare nutrients content against published RDI's and there are no RDI's for these other beneficial compounds. I think they mentioned something to this effect in the study, i.e. that other beneficial plant compounds were not included for that reason.

For instance, oysters top their list because they contain high amounts of Zinc, Selenium, B-12 and Vitamin D (all of which have some evidence linking them to decreased depression rates) as well as significant amounts of several other important minerals and vitamins. Plus Omega-3 fats and protein.




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