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HAPPY MEALS

you’re sitting across from the new psychologist you’ve been referred to for your depression. Instead of spending an hour discussing medications, you’re given a meal plan to take home. The recipes contain ingredients your grandmother would call ‘real food’ – ones that some experts believe are the new frontline in mental wellbeing. This is the world of nutritional psychiatry: a branch of research that focuses on the prevention and treatment of mental and brain disorders through diet.

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