High sugar diet in men linked to raised chance of anxiety and depression – suggesting millions who consume too much are risking their mental health

Millions of men could be making themselves anxious and depressed by eating too much sugar, research suggests. 
Males who eat more than 67g a day have a 23 per cent increased risk of developing the blues after five years.
The findings are concerning given the average man in the UK consumes an average 68.4g per day – more than double what is recommended (30g).
Intriguingly, the researchers did not find the same association with women.  
Most people consume such high amounts of sugar largely due to it being added to processed foods, experts warn.
Lead author Dr Anika Knüppel from University... read more

27 July 2017 in Health, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail

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