A new study found that women who ate a serving a day were 34% less likely to become depressed than women who ate less than half a serving a week. Read the story.
The Fascinating Link Between Eating Full-fat Yogurt and a Lower Risk of Depression
The Fascinating Link Between Eating Full-Fat Yogurt and a Lower Risk of Depression
Women who regularly eat full-fat yogurt may be less likely to develop depression than those who eat it less often, according to a new study of nearly 15,000 people. Although the research could not prove a cause-and-effect relationship, the authors suggest that probiotics—live bacterial cultures present in fermented foods—may play a role in influencing mood. Read the rest of the Story.