Role of sugar and processed food in mental health disorders

A combined high-sugar and high-saturated-fat dietary pattern is associated with more depressive symptoms in a multi-ethnic population: the HELIUS (Healthy Life in an Urban Setting) study

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Metabolic and psychological effects of short-term increased consumption of less-processed foods in daily diets: A pilot study

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Ecological correlations of dietary food intake and mental health disorders

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Sugar intake from sweet food and beverages, common mental disorder and depression: prospective findings from the Whitehall II study

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Ultra-processed foods and excessive free sugar intake in the UK: a nationally representative cross-sectional study

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Sugar intake from sweet food and beverages, common mental disorder and depression: prospective findings from the Whitehall II study

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Sociodemographic and behavioral factors associated with added sugars intake among US adults

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Prospective association between ultra-processed food consumption and incident depressive symptoms in the French NutriNet-Santé cohort

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Dietary sugar silences a colonization factor in a mammalian gut symbiont

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Ultra-processed diets cause excess calorie intake and weight gain: an inpatient randomized controlled trial of ad libitum food intake

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The evidence for saturated fat and for sugar related to coronary heart disease

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Sugary beverages pose significant risks to cardiovascular and overall Health

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Ultra-processed foods and recommended intake levels of nutrients linked to non-communicable diseases in Australia: evidence from a nationally representative cross-sectional study

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