Baking can Ward Off Depression, Reveals Research

by Sheela Philomena on  October 28, 2013 at 10:58 AM Mental Health News
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Baking can be helpful to lift people out of depression, reveals new study.

The 2012 winner of BBC2's Great British Bake Off, John Whaite, described suffering from crippling depression and believes baking is emerging "as a form of pill-less Prozac," the Independent reported.
 Baking can Ward Off Depression, Reveals Research
Baking can Ward Off Depression, Reveals Research

According to the Real Bread Campaign report, Whaite, who is the ambassador for the campaign group Baking a Smile, calls for more people suffering from mental health issues, or who are simply going through a tough time to get the chance to try their hand at baking real bread to see how it could help them.

Source: ANI

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