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Jan

Adolescents who eat healthy diets packed with fruit and vegetables have lower rates of mental health problems, a study shows.
A study of 3000 adolescents has found that those who had poor diets filled with junk and processed foods were more likely to suffer mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.
While other studies have shown links between diet quality and mental health disorders in adults, the new research is the first to demonstrate the link in adolescents.