Food and Mood in Tight Correctional With Our Ages
It is known that with each passing year, the metabolism slows down and it becomes more and more difficult to enjoy in caloric foods (like pizza and cakes) without increasing body weight.
Now, a new study indicates that adults react differently to particular foods in relation to their teen ages and that certain foods alter the mental health of young people and older people in different ways.
A study by researchers at Birmingham University in New York included a specific food and mood survey that found that those aged between 18 and 29 years better functioned when eating meat, while responses to those over 30 years of age showed that antioxidants in them they acted much more forcefully when talking about mental health.
They also noted the importance of abstaining from substances such as coffee and foods with a high glycemic index (such as bread and sweets) that resulted in better mental health.