Diet, Depression, and Anxiety

The CNP Diet, Depression, and Anxiety Research Category consolidates research exploring the interconnected relationship between dietary intake, depression, and anxiety. To view each original study on the open internet, click “Original.” To view the CNP-written abstract summary, click “CNP Summary.” While only some of the CNP-written abstract summaries are available below for free, all abstract summaries are available to CNP members through the CNP Library Membership.

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2024

Adherence to a Mediterranean Diet is inversely associated with anxiety and stress but not depression: A cross-sectional analysis of community-dwelling older Australians

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2024

Ketogenic diet has a positive association with mental and emotional well-being in the general population

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2024

Higher anthocyanin intake is associated with lower depressive symptoms in adults with and without major depressive disorder

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2024

Association of composite dietary antioxidant index with depression and all-cause mortality in middle-aged and elderly population

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2024

Metabolic profile and long-term risk of depression, anxiety, and stress-related disorders

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2024

Adherence to Mediterranean diet is inversely associated with depressive symptoms in older women: findings from the NutBrain Study

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2024

Association between drinking water quality and mental health and the modifying role of diet: a prospective cohort study.

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2024

Relationship between food group-specific intake and depression among local government employees in Japan

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2024

The mediating role of dietary inflammatory index on the association between eating breakfast and depression: Based on NHANES 2007–2018.

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2023

The Southern European Atlantic diet and depression risk: a European multicohort study.

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Novel therapeutic targets in depression and anxiety: antioxidants as a candidate treatment.

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2024

Adherence to the Mediterranean diet and depressive, anxiety, and stress symptoms in Spanish adolescents: results from the EHDLA study

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2024

Association between dietary diversity, sedentary time outside of work and depressive symptoms among knowledge workers: a multi-center cross-sectional study

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2023

Eating disorders symptoms and depressive symptoms in Chinese Tibetan University students: a network analysis

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2023

Higher global diet quality score is related to lower prevalence of depression and poor quality of life among adolescent girls

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2023

The association between insulin resistance and depressive symptoms – A national representative cross-sectional study

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2023

Dietary acid load, depression, and anxiety: results of a population-based study

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2023

Nut consumption is associated with a lower risk of depression in adults: A prospective analysis with data from the UK Biobank cohort

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2023

The associations of dietary patterns with depressive and anxiety symptoms: A prospective study

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2022

Is dietary quality associated with depression? An analysis of the Australian Longitudinal Study of Women's Health Data

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2022

The association between Healthy Beverage Index and psychological disorders among overweight and obese women: A cross-sectional study

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2022

A population-based study of macronutrient intake according to mental health status with a focus on pure and comorbid anxiety and eating disorders

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2014

A systematic review and meta-analysis of dietary patterns and depression in community-dwelling adults

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2022

The effect of a Mediterranean diet on the symptoms of depression in young males (the "AMMEND" study): A randomized control trial