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Differences in mental health and quality of life for Mediterranean diet adherence were tested using one-way ANOVA. Results: Adherence to Mediterranean diet was low, with no participants having a high adherence, 29.6% moderate adherence, and 70.4% low adherence. Lower Mediterranean diet adherence was significantly associated with higher depression (8.08 vs. 12.09, p ¼ 0.042) and anxiety scores (4.92 vs. 8.31, p ¼ 0.014). Conversely, higher scores on the AQoL Happiness (50.78 vs. 34.94, p ¼doi:10.1016/j.jnim.2014.10.121 fatcat:7ec46owctfgopcv3br5makj6x4