Leafy Greens Reduce Aggressive Behavior in Adolescents

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[Source:  Medical Xpress]


High magnesium intake has been associated with reduced aggressive behavior in WA adolescents, highlighting the importance of a magnesium-rich diet in emotional and behavioral health.

While previous research has linked low dietary zinc and magnesium to increased anxiety and depressive behaviors in adults, Senior Research Officer at the Telethon Kids Institute, Dr Lucinda Black, says less is known about its effect on the mental health of children

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