Detalle Publicación

Protocolo de intervención dietética en la depresión
Título de la revista: MEDICINE (ELSEVIER)
ISSN: 0304-5412
Volumen: 12
Número: 86
Páginas: 5067 - 5069
Fecha de publicación: 2019
Lugar: Scopus
Interest in the relationship between nutritional epidemiology and the risk of mental illness is growing. So, some reports have described a lower risk of depression related with certain dietary patterns. In turn, the relationship between cardiovascular and depression risk is better known. Because their prevalence and severity, is urgent to implement hygienic-dietetic measures in disorders like major depression. The intake of specific nutrients, the adherence to healthy eating patterns and a lower presence of cardiovascular risk factors have been related with a lower risk of depression. A healthy diet, rich in fruit, vegetables, olive oil, nuts and low in meats, trans fats, added sugars and sugary drinks, among others, has been proposed. A reduction of the depressive symptoms has been associated to the adherence to high quality diet (like Mediterranean diet, among others).