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The Australian Macadamia Society has released the results of a new research study out of China that continues to prove the goodness of nuts. The latest study links the increased consumption of nuts with a reduction in depression symptoms.

We already knew how good nuts were for you; this latest study analysed more than 13,000 people and showed eating 1 to 3 serves of nuts per week, or more, was a factor in reducing the symptoms of depression, compared to those who ate less than one serve a week.

Nuts for Life Program Manager and Dietitian, Lisa Yates, said that the combination of healthy fats and antioxidant phytochemicals in nuts were shown to potentially act as protectors against depressive symptoms through effects on brain chemistry and inflammation.

Of course, this is in addition to a healthy diet and regular exercise, and should you be concerned about your mood at all, it’s best to see your local GP.

Just another fantastic reason to snack on nuts! 

 

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