If you are a fast food junkie and suffer from depression, a 2012 study finds those two conditions may be related. The study of 8,964 people was done by researchers at the University of Las Palmas. Gran Canaria, and the University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain and was published in PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITION.
The study findings indicated that those eating the most fast food during a six-year period were 37% more likely to become depressed than those who ate the least fast food. Those who ate large amounts of commercially baked goods such as doughnuts and muffins also were more likely to be depressed.
The largest consumers of the commercially baked goods and fast food tended to be younger, less active and single. So the depression might be caused by lifestyle rather than the specific foods studied.
Poor eating habits, lack of exercise, depression are all things that can be helped with hypnotherapy. Change bad habits with the help of hypnosis and BE WELL.