Final Note

Socially anxious? Try some kimchi

Adriene Hill Jun 19, 2015
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Final Note

Socially anxious? Try some kimchi

Adriene Hill Jun 19, 2015
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I’m delivering this to you — I’ll admit it — with some amount of skepticism.

But it’s kind of amazing.

And it’s about pickles — one of the world’s great foods.

Researchers at William & Mary and the University of Maryland say they’ve discovered a connection between eating fermented foods, such as pickles and kimchi, and feeling less anxious.

Just think, loading up on sauerkraut could help you ace that job interview. (Maybe.)  

Researchers still need to run experiments to see if they can prove any actual causation. 

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