The study sample involved 8,964 participants, all of whom have never been diagnosed with depression and have never taken any medication for depression.
After a six month assessment, 493 became diagnosed with depression or began taking antidepressant medications — which have previously been shown to actually make depression even worse.
The current results support what the SUN project, a lifestyle tracking program, have found in 2011 where a 42 percent increase in depression risk was found with those consuming fast food.
Additionally, the increase in depression risk was just as high with the consumption of baked goods and junk food.
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