The findings, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed that people who ate some unprocessed red meat, such as beef, pork or veal, 50g per day were 19 percent less likely. developing depression. “Worldwide, the incidence of dementia is increasing and diet may play a role as a changing factor. Our research contributes to the growing body of evidence linking consumption of processed meat, to an increased risk for a range of non-communicable diseases, “said lead researcher Huifeng Zhang from the University of Leeds in the US.
There are approximately 50 million cases of dementia worldwide, with approximately 10 million new cases diagnosed each year. Development and improvement are related to genetic and environmental factors, including diet and lifestyle. More men than women were diagnosed with dementia in the study population. Some people were three to six times more likely to develop depression due to well-established genetic factors, but the results show that the risks from eating processed meats were the same. at least a person was more likely to develop the disease. (Image Copyright: istock)