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One review [86] notes that increased rates of depression in society coincide with dietary reduction of Magnesium, with the beginning phases of wheat processing reducing Magnesium content of breads to 19% of their former (wheat) value and reducing the 450mg average intake in the 19th century to 250mg or less in subsequent centuries. [86] When looking at the diets of persons suffering from depression, there appears to be an inverse relationship between dietary Magnesium intake and depressive symptoms which, although it was attenuated from to (Odds ratio) when controlling for both socioeconomic and lifestyle factors, was still statistically significant. [18]

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