Food and Mood
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Food and Mood




Those who to eat breakfast, and were almost five ate traditional foods three or more times the times more likely to report not doing so previous day were more likely to describe their because they wanted to control their weight mental health as good or excellent, to feel hap- (among those who didn’t eat breakfast). [...] Youth who rated their Youth with care experience were mental health as fair or poor were more likely more likely than those never in care than those who rated it as good or excellent $ to report not being able to afford to report that they did not eat healthy when to eat healthy, not having access to feeling down (71% vs. [...] Males were trying to control their weight (10%), they were more likely to always eat breakfast on packed their breakfast and took it to school school days compared to females, and females (10%), they got their breakfast at school (6%) were more likely to never eat breakfast. [...] YOUTH RESEARCH SLAM 2018 MCCREARY CENTRE SOCIETY 11 Mental health conditions Ate fruit or vegetables three or more times the previous day Youth with a mental health condition tended to eat less fruits and veggies when compared to 61% youth without a mental health condition. [...] For example, these youth were more likely to report good or excellent mental health (as opposed to poor or fair) compared to youth who ate less fruit or vegetables.

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Vancouver, BC, CA


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