Good nutrition is essential for our mental health. Many bodies of evidence link diet to mental health conditions like depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and Alzheimer’s disease.


For example, those with mental health problems eat fewer healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables and more unhealthy foods such as ready-made meals, chips, and takeaways. Furthermore, omega-3 fatty acids are used as supplements for those suffering from mood disorders or schizophrenia and can help prevent relapses in individuals with bipolar disorder.


A balanced diet contains an appropriate amount of complex carbohydrates, unsaturated fats, and proteins. It also includes drinking enough water every day. Try to keep to a varied diet to get all the essential amino acids and vitamins.


A healthy diet will assist treatments recommended by your doctor.