"Fruit is definitely on the maintenance diet. It's on the lifestyle diet."

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Foods that combat depression

In the current competitive corporate world, people very often get depressed. Working under pressurized conditions, meeting strict deadlines and attending review meetings can cause great stress and depression. Alongside, meeting family requirements and finding "me" time in addition is vital, having a lag in all these things, on the other hand can cause great depression. No worries, your anxiety, stress or depression can now be handled via a nourishing diet.

A diet high in nutrients is said to help, supporting the body's wellness, growth and repair, all that our body needs is vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, protein, and even a small amount of fat. Deficiency in these nutrients leads to illness and infectivities

Your plate must be filled with essential antioxidants- don't forget.

Blueberries- Having some of the highest levels of antioxidants like Anthocyanin, berries are sure to exude all kinds of positive health outcomes together with sharper cognition. Replace blueberries with any of your unhealthy snack to have a strong metabolism.

Oranges- vitamin C powerhouse, eating oranges is a natural way to fight depression. Strengthening the immune system, which our body's hormones attack when under stress, consuming oranges is said to help.

Dark chocolate is known to lower blood pressure, this natural Antidepressant is great for depression. The best part is that it can increase serotonin levels in the brain; while increasing serotonin production in the gut, it thus helps your immune system.

Fruits and veggies that are deepest in color tend to offer the most nutritional value hence make sure that your plate is full of colorful fruits and veggies.

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Special fruits for this week



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