Excessive sugar intake can lead to chronic inflammation and weight gain
All nutrient intake is essential to avoid depression
Health Desk: Eating habits change as winter bedtime changes. Some people are more likely to consume sugary cakes, including pastries, in winter. It increases the risk of depression (a type of mental illness). This is called ‘winter onset’ depression. This is contrary to a research published in the medical journal ‘Medical Hypothesis’.
According to a research conducted by the University of Kansas, USA, consuming more than 25 grams of sugar in winter increases the risk of depression. This research was led by Stephen, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Kansas.
According to scientists involved in research, consuming a sugary diet can lead to chronic inflammation and weight gain. All nutrient intake is essential to avoid depression.
Research has shown that consuming too much sugar in food has an impact on mental health. This increases the risk of depression.
The intake of sugary dishes exacerbates the microbes (a system of cells responsible for causing disease), affecting certain chemicals in the brain. It causes stress and depression.