Brain Training, Healthy Eating Can Help Elderly Patients At Risk For Depression

L.A. Area Elementary Students Learn about Healthy Eating and Recycling with Edible Garden

A November study published by Dutch researchers showed that people who had experienced depression had signs of premature aging in the form of shorter telomeres, the “end caps” found on chromosomes. As people get older and their cells divide, the telomeres naturally get shorter, but in depressed people, that garcinia cambogia extract process was accelerated. In one of his own studies, Dr. Reynolds found that eight years after one depression trial, those who had been treated for the disease had a 24 percent lower death rate than those who hadn’t.
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The “green garden” is designed to teach the importance of healthy eating and recycling to the 115 children enrolled in the program. Students joined partners and parent volunteers after school to help assemble garden boxes and picnic tables, and plant fruit and vegetable seeds. “The garden is a tangible reminder of healthy living and sustainability,” said Edith Ballesteros-Vargas, director of BEST Fit at LA’s BEST. “We’ll use it as an outdoor classroom to teach our students that today’s plastic bottle can help nurture tomorrow’s school garden.
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201212jrAudreyDepression1 Julia Rendleman/Post-Gazette shot on Monday, November 25, 2013 Mark Roth/Depression series Audrey Woods, 79, (at time of the photo - turned 80 since then) was a part of a depression prevention trial, says she is happy and active. Ms. Woods said being active and mingling with others helps with depression.

Instead of being either perfect or off the rails, aim for a realistic balance. For example, if you’re craving something carb-rich, like a brownie for dessert, omit the starch from your dinner, but keep the veggies and lean protein. Making room for treats while still eating healthfully overall makes a whole lot more sense than yo-yoing between strict dieting and overindulging.” -Cynthia Sass, R.D., author of S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim: Conquer Cravings, Drop Pounds and Lose Inches 2.
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