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Food for Mood—Does the Way We Feel Really Reflect the Way We Eat?

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Werneke, U. (2014). Food for Mood—Does the Way We Feel Really Reflect the Way We Eat?. Open Journal of Depression, 3, 1-2. doi: 10.4236/ojd.2014.31001.


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