Eat salad, improve mood
London: Salad is the best medical treasure but people ignore it because of its taste. Numerous studies have shown that eating salad improves mood and brings happiness.
A meta-study in 2021 first found that research on people aged 15 to 45 found that eating vegetables and fruits improved health and had a positive effect on mood. It reduces depression and improves mood. The study was conducted in eight countries, including the United States and France.
Then there was a lengthy survey of 12,000 people over the age of 15 in Australia recently. The survey was part of a research program and lasted for several years. It has been found that eating vegetables, fruits and salads improves mood. Experts say that vegetables and salads are a great investment in your body and they also improve your mental state.
A small experiment was conducted in this regard in an American university in which 100 students were involved. Instead of eating fast food, chocolate donuts, etc., they were told to eat some fruits, salads or vegetables every day. Everyone followed these instructions and said that over the next ten days they had a significant reduction in anxiety and depression and they were feeling happy.
Then in 2017, a questionnaire survey of 40 university students in Germany found that people who ate vegetables and fruits were happier and happier.
This is because the important minerals, vitamins and polyphenols in salads have an immediate and better effect on the brain.