Eating (or not eating) your way of the blues

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Everybody loves food! Maybe except if you’re anorexic or in such a depressed state that you can hardly grab a single bite. But in most cases, the mere thought of food is enough to make the digestive juices run and set-us off on a mouth-watering frenzy for the good stuff — ice cream, cake, and other sweet and often fatty delights.

But what often goes unnoticed is that food is also one of the leading causes of depression. How did that happen? Well, aside from starvation which can certainly make anyone weak and bleak, certain foods can also cause the blues. First, excessive eating actually makes our digestive system to become overworked. Like everything else in the universe, human capacity for food digestion is limited. Heavy eating right before sleeping actually only provides a temporary full feeling after burning the midnight oil in the office. But more often than not, a person who overeats at night still feels tired the next morning because his digestive system had to work overtime long after then rest of the body goes to sleep.

But the more conventional or usual cause of anxiety might involve a lingering illness, work problems, or a relationship gone...

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