A Spanish study shows: people who often eat fast food, are more prone to depression. But fast food really is the sole trigger for this? In the present study, Spanish scientists accompanied for six months around 8964 subjects. The respondents had taken no depression or antidepressants before the beginning of the study. Six months later, this was the case with 493 people. It was: the people who often attacked to fast food, had a 51 percent higher risk to depression as those who ate little or even no fast food.