Mental Health Food provides information linking nutrition with mental health. The incidence of mental health issues, especially anxiety and depression, has increased as the nutritional content in our food has decreased. As we have moved away from eating food in its whole, natural state and replaced those foods with processed food, fast food, and junk food, we have depleted our bodies of the nutrients necessary for good mental health. The release of the research based book, "Cooking to Cure, A Nutritional Approach to Anxiety and Depression" gives readers the tools to eat their way to better mental health. The author, Angela Dailey, is a licensed clinical social worker treating all types of mental illness for over 25 years. The relationship between nutrition and mental health is too often overlooked as a component of treatment.