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Types of Food to Help Manage Depression


2. Vitamin C

Vitamin C isn’t just used for warding off colds, it’s also proven to be effective in coping with depression as well. Vitamin C, like carbohydrates, play a key role in the production of serotonin. If you’re looking to increase your Vitamin C intake, consider eating foods such as spinach, oranges, grapefruits and peas.

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