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Eating a Mediterranean diet may reduce the effects of stress

November 28, 2020
Off the FitLife.tv website

From the Medical News Today website

According to a survey by the polling organization Gallup in 2019, people living in the United States reported some of the highest levels of  n the world.

Chronic stress not only increases a person’s risk of depression and anxiety but also their chances of developing diseases including obesitytype 2 diabetescardiovascular diseasestroke, and Alzheimer’s.

Reducing stress is not easy at the best of times, however, and it is even more difficult in the face of circumstances such as political turmoil and an ongoing pandemic.

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