There are a thousand reasons why forming or maintaining a healthy diet can seem like too high a mountain to climb. Changing eating patterns is always going to be difficult, so don’t be too hard on yourself.
What can I do now?
- Try and eat everything in moderation.
- Don’t start limiting your food intake.
- Avoid fad diets, they never work.
Latest research shows that people with major depressive disorders who lived on on a Mediterranean-style diet which is rich in wholegrains, legumes, fresh fruit and vegetables, olive oil and nuts, found that after 12 weeks of healthy eating, one third of the participants reported a significant improvement in their mood and symptoms.