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“…A cross-sectional study in Brazil reported that consumption of ≥ 16 glasses of SSBs/week was associated with severe depressive symptoms among women (prevalence ratio, 1.71; 95% CI, 1.06–4.12) [ 22 ]. In a prospective study in the US, participants who consumed ≥ 4 cans/day of soft drinks or fruit drinks had a higher risk of depression by 30% and 38%, respectively [ 21 ].…”
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“…A cross-sectional study in Brazil reported that consumption of ≥ 16 glasses of SSBs/week was associated with severe depressive symptoms among women (prevalence ratio, 1.71; 95% CI, 1.06–4.12) [ 22 ]. In a prospective study in the US, participants who consumed ≥ 4 cans/day of soft drinks or fruit drinks had a higher risk of depression by 30% and 38%, respectively [ 21 ].…”
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“…In addition, previous studies show that the practice of physical activity has been related to better eating habits (Pavičić ŽeŽelj et al, 2019), which seems to have been confirmed during quarantine, as indicated by the results of the present study. This relationship could perhaps be caused by the fact that women are more concerned with health when compared to men and because they often concerned about health status (Werneck et al, 2020).…”
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