Diet for Depression

In today's time, every second person is a victim of depression. In such a situation, it is necessary that he takes care of his food and drink. Our diet affects our body. Depression has to be overcome, so let us know what to eat and what not to eat in depression

There are many different methods to overcome depression, which people adopt, but in such a situation people should know what they should eat in depression.

Often people do not understand when they are in depression. Because it is a mental illness. There are many different methods to overcome depression, which people also adopt. But in such a situation, people should know what they should and should not eat in depression. It is important for every person to take care of this. Due to depression, you must take care of its causes and its symptoms, as well as consume such things in your food and drink that can help you get out of depression. Let us know about foods that can help you overcome depression, as well as learn about such things that you should not eat during the depression.

What to eat to cure depression?


Curd is used in every household. There are many types of elements in curd, which the body gets benefits from eating. Curd is more beneficial for health than milk. It is rich in protein, vitamins, and calcium. Consumption of curd relieves stress. Yogurt contains healthy bacteria called lactobacillus and bifidobacteria. Both these bacteria have a positive effect on the brain. Anxiety and stress can be reduced by consuming curd daily.

Green tea

Often people are very fond of drinking tea and they start their day with tea. But if tea is combined with health, then green tea is the best option. Green tea contains antioxidants and polyphenols. Along with this, thiamine amino acid is found in green tea which helps in keeping your mood calm. Thiamine amino acid relieves depression.


Avocados are rich in vitamin B as well as thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. Eating avocado is very beneficial for people whose body is deficient in vitamins because you can remain worry-free with it.

Eat beans

Often people like to eat jungle food more. But green vegetables are considered more beneficial in terms of health. For those who are suffering from depression, eating beans is beneficial as it contains a good amount of protein and fiber. Along with this, beans also contain folate, which acts as vitamin B12 and amino acids in the body.

Include tomatoes in a food

Tomato is considered good in fighting depression because it contains folic acid and alpha lipoic acid. People who are in depression lack folate acid, in such a situation eating tomatoes is beneficial.

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Dr. Rati Parwani

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