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People consuming more olive oil and fruit were 54% less likely to be depressed
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People consuming a greater amount of olive oil and fruit were 54% less likely to be depressed after adjustment for many possible confounders compared to people consuming less according to a study from researchers at the University of Florence, Italy.
The study looked at 388 men and women who were 90- to 99-years-old.
Pagliai G, Sofi F, Vannetti F, Caiani S, Pasquini G, Molino Lova R, Cecchi F, Sorbi S, and Macchi C. Mediterranean Diet, Food Consumption and Risk of Late-Life Depression: The Mugello Study. J Nutr Health Aging, 2018; 22(5): 569-574.
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Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine
University of Florence, Italy
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50134, Florence, Italy
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