Lower Rates Of Psychological Distress May Be Associated With Moderate Daily Produce Intake In Middle-Aged And Older Adults, Study Indicates

Healio (3/24, Tedesco) reported, “Lower rates of psychological distress were associated with moderate daily intake of fruits and vegetables in middle-aged and older adults,” researchers found after conducting a “cross-sectional, prospective study of 60,404 adults (aged 45 years or older) from Australia using logistic regression models.” The findingswere published online in the BMJ Open.

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— “Daily fruit, vegetable consumption linked with reduced psychological distress, Healio, March 24, 2017.

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