Food is the most basic necessities of life & it is one of the most important aspects as well. The most essential nutrients & vitamins & the like are what we usually get from our daily diet, but how this diet affects women in everyday lives is the question right now.
Women run errands around the house, they work at offices or have busy schedules all day long & with so much to do their health is usually affected the most. This includes not only their physical or mental health but, most importantly, their emotional health.
Many are of the opinion that emotional health is something to do with the outside world or the surroundings, but the truth of the matter is that the food that we eat is critical in determining the emotional wellbeing in a woman.
As per a recent study, it has been found out that a nutrient-rich diet is needed more by women to keep up with their emotional wellbeing as compared to men.
The above was published in the journal called ‘Nutritional Neuroscience.’ And, as per the research done, mental diseases can be determined by the anatomical and functional differences based on gender. The same is also based on the psychological wellbeing of both men & women.
Assistant professor of health and wellness studies at Binghamton University, Lina Begdache researched through social media around 563 participants (52% women & 48% men) to know more about the issue.
What was found out is that women experience less mental wellbeing & men experience less emotional imbalance except that they have certain deficiencies. And as for women that there many factors that help attain a good emotional wellbeing which needs a nutrient-rich diet, a good lifestyle, etc. Women are also more prone to anxiety, stress & depression when their food has a lot of energy but lacks the necessary nutrients for a healthy brain to function.
So a plate full of nutrient-rich diet is what enhances brain health & improves the anatomy & functionality plus it adds to making not just an excellent mental wellbeing but also most importantly a great emotional wellbeing in women.