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American Academy of Neurology: “Hold the Diet Soda? Sweetened Drinks Linked to Depression, Coffee Tied to Lower Risk."
American Heart Association: “The Skinny on Fats.”
American Journal of Public Health: “Reducing Childhood Obesity by Eliminating 100% Fruit Juice.”
Association for Psychological Science: “Moderate Doses of Alcohol Increase Social Bonding in Groups.”
British Journal of Psychiatry: “Dietary pattern and depressive symptoms in middle age.”
Case Reports in Psychiatry: “Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Hypoglycemia Symptoms Improved with Diet Modification.”
CDC: “Alcohol and Public Health.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Avoid These 10 Foods Full of Trans Fats.”
Diabetes.co.uk: “What Fruit Juice Can People With Diabetes Drink?” “Sweetened beverages and diabetes.”
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition: “Direct and indirect cellular effects of aspartame on the brain.”
Harvard Health Publishing: “Carbohydrates -- Good or Bad for You?”
Harvard School of Public Health: “Drinking coffee may decrease depression risk in women.”
Journal of Caffeine Research: “Caffeine Withdrawal and Dependence: A Convenience Survey Among Addiction Professionals.”
Mayo Clinic: “Generalized anxiety disorder: Is it true that certain foods worsen anxiety and others have a calming effect?”
National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health: “Energy Drinks.”
PLoS One: “Sweetened Beverages, Coffee, and Tea and Depression Risk among Older US Adults,” “Dietary Fat Intake and the Risk of Depression: The SUN Project.”
Psychiatric Quarterly: “Neurologic and Psychiatric Manifestations of Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity.”
United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service.
Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism: “Artificial sweeteners produce the counterintuitive effect of inducing metabolic derangements.”
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