Study Finds Connection Between Fried Food And Depression

A new study from China uncovered a clear connection between depression and eating fried foods. The study, which included 140,000 people, found that frequently consuming fried foods led to a 12% higher risk of anxiety and a 7% higher risk of depression.

The researchers blamed a substance known as acrymalide, which develops when cooking oil is heated to the point where frying is possible.

Sadly, for fast-food fans, French fries and onion rings were found to be the worst offenders of all.

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