Search LEHREN

5 Depression Causing Food Products

This article is a list of 5 food products that cause depression.

12th November 2019 | 11:48 AM (IST)
9 views

Anything you eat becomes the medicine of your body. Healthy food is considered to be the best medicine. Whatever we eat directly affects the cells, muscles, tissues, and bones of our body. Nutrients like vitamins and minerals are useful for energy creation in our body and also for the proper functioning of all parts of our body.

Just for our comfort and good taste most of the time we ear food products that are chronically inflammatory and cause depression. Here are the five food products that are responsible for frequent depression.

1) Gluten

Gluten is nothing but the sticky glue-like protein in wheat, barley, rye, and contaminated oatmeal. Proteins like gluten are considered to be the most inflammatory food products to be consumed. High consumption of gluten shows symptoms like Depression, seizures, anxiety, headache, etc.

2) Dairy

We know you are surprised as Diary products are something that we can find difficult to live without, But a protein named casein that is found in the dairy products causes inflammation. Casein has also been found as the culprit in schizophrenia and depression.

3) GMO’s

Genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) are prepared by experimenting with nature’s creation and while creating them a lot of chemicals are used. These chemicals prove to be harmful to our body cells.

4) Sugar

Be it sugar or artificial sugar. It is the main reason for the rise of blood sugar. This high blood sugar leads to inflammation and this causes depression.

5) Vegetable Oil

Vegetable oils are processed and are created using a lot of chemical processes and pressure. The body fails to recognize these heated vegetable oils. The inflammation caused due to this increases the risk of depression.

Try reducing the intake of these products and lower the rate of your depression,

Download The Lehren App For Latest & More News, Gossips, Videos And Podcasts.

12th November 2019 | 11:48 AM (IST)
9 views
×
×