Dr. Laura Lachance – The Anti-Depressant Food Score

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The Anti-Depressant Food Score: Evidence-Based Nutrient Profiling System for Depression

This presentation describes the Anti-depressant Food Score, a nutrient profiling system devised to assist in the treatment of depressive disorders. Evidence suggests dietary pattern is key to the prevention and treatment of depressive disorders, yet treatment rarely includes food recommendations. Nutrient profiling systems rank foods according to nutrient density and guide consumer choice and clinical recommendations.  No current food rating scale focuses on nutrients required for mental health. The Anti-depressant Food Score lists foods and food categories with the highest concentrations of 12 antidepressant nutrients that should be considered by consumers and clinicians as dietary options to support prevention and recovery from depression.

The Antidepressant Food Score is based on a nutrient profiling system devised to assist in the treatment of depressive disorders. This list of foods and food categories with the highest concentrations of the 12 Antidepressant Nutrients, the Antidepressant Foods, should be considered by consumers and clinicians as dietary options to support prevention and recovery from depression.

About Dr. Laura LaCance:

Dr. Laura Lachance is a Clinician-Scientist at the Slaight Family Centre for Youth in Transition at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto and a Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. Dr. LaChance completed her Psychiatry training in the Clinician Scientist Stream at the University of Toronto in 2017 and completed a research fellowship in the Social Aetiology of Mental Illness (SAMI) at CAMH in 2012.
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