Friday, January 12, 2018

Do you have Whopper brain? Let's fight.

Don't make me call your mother.
Think fast food affects our behavior? Consider these headlines:
Now consider:

People who eat a lot of fast food are 51 percent more likely to be depressed than those who steer clear of it, according to a Spanish study.

The withdrawal symptoms associated with cutting back on junk food lead to an inability to handle stress and thereby perpetuate a cycle of turning back to junk food to deal with these feelings.

Certain foods may play a role in the cause of mental disorders, or they may make symptoms worse. A nutritious brain diet follows the same logic as a heart healthy regimen or weight control plan.

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