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Fermented foods and fibre may lower stress levels – new study

A study has shown eating more fermented foods and fibre daily has a significant effect on lowering stress levels, which helps to improve mental health. Image: Unsplash/Sigmund

John Cryan

Vice President for Research & Innovation, University College Cork

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Eating fruits and vegetables high in prebiotic fibres may help reduce stress levels.
Eating fruits and vegetables high in prebiotic fibres may help reduce stress levels. Image: Unsplash/ Louis Hansel

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