No, but I have always been interested in nutrition and have just recently started wondering about how good nutrition plays a role in our mental well-being. I do not think there is a "one diet fits all" catagory. I think you have to do the obvious things like limit sugar, caffeine and any food that the ingrediant list is a paragraph long. My rule is if I cannot get fresh foods, like from a local farmers market, than what I buy in the grocery store is limited to one maybe two other ingrediants other than what you are actually purchasing. Lots of fresh water and exersis on a consitant basis and you should have no problems maintaining a good weight and feeling well physically which in turn has to be benefical mentally. Once you actually start eating like this, processed and chemically ladden foods taste terrible. I would rather have a little bit of something good versus a whole lot of something bad. Take butter for example, read the label, ingrediants are cream and salt. Look at margarine, the list is a mile long, actually I think it is one molecule away from being tupperware..............................Try it for a week or two, you will shed pounds, feel lighter and I bet just bet you feel better overall.
So sayth the Gem