Study Finds Pasta Linked To Depression

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The Harvard School of Public Health published a new study that suggested a link between women with diets heavy in refined grains and depression. Other foods linked to depression included meats, sodas and fatty foods. In the video above ABC News Chief Medical correspondent Dr. Richard Besser explains the link between inflammatory foods and depression.

However, not all hope is lost. Women who drank more wine and coffee and ate more green leafy vegetables experienced lower incidents of depression.

So, just make sure you fill up on greens with your whole-wheat pasta. Check out the video playlist above to learn more.

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