- •In this study, dietary fiber intake was positively associated with mental health quality of life scores later in life.
- •This association suggests a role for dietary fiber in mental health, as quality of life score can reflect depression risk.
- •The fiber intake - mental health quality of life score association differs across fiber source (whole grain vs. refined).
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