Ginger Abbot

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Ginger Abbot has been featured on publications like The National Alliance for Mental Illness, Today’s Learner, Motherly and HerCampus, among others. Read more of her work for students and professionals on Classrooms.com, where she serves as Editor-in-Chief

People like to exercise and spend time with friends to improve their mental health, but they rarely reflect on their diet. What you eat directly connects to your emotional well-being even if you don’t have a food-related condition like an eating disorder. Learn how nutrition affects your mental health and control symptoms related to depression, anxiety and more. 1. Fiber Balances Blood Sugar Fiber provides the first link between mental health and nutrition. You need...

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