A therapy app offering nutritional advice thinks so
Eating a diet high in fruits, vegetables, fish, olive oil, nuts and seeds and low in sugar and saturated fat can improve the symptoms of depression, clinical trials have suggested. As a result, an app is educating users about the impact of nutrition on depression by using interactive content and daily chat conversations. Developed by the makers of a medically tested home brain stimulation treatment, the Flow app uses psychological strategies to train users to rewire their mental autopilot craving...
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Advice being given to support International Men’s Health Week, 14-20 June