Food and Moods





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Food and moods

  1. Feeling exhausted? If you want to keep your energy levels on an even keel without getting exhausted too often, you need to keep your blood sugar levels steady. One easy way of doing this is by consuming food items that have a slow energy-release rate. So be wise to choose protein foods, nuts, seeds, oats and wholegrains in your diet to feel a little more active.

  2. Want to feel happy? Trust us, you are not the only one who is looking for help from your food to cheer you!
    Go for foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids. They are not just healthy, but they can also instantly boost your mood. They make you happy and reduce your symptoms of anxiety. Milk, broccoli, potatoes, spinach, soybeans, almonds, cashews, mozzarella cheese are some of the foods that can instantly light you up.

  3. Fight depression! You can’t fight depression lone-handedly. Apart from consulting a mental health practitioner, take help from every possible means to improve your overall wellness.
    Have foods that are rich in vitamin D and Omega-3 fatty acids. They help improve your mood. Mushrooms, cheese, fish, walnuts and salmon are some foods that come under this list.
    Remember! Food plays a major role in making you feel the way you feel.

  4. Instant mood enhancers: Few vegetables contain mood enhancing nutrients in them that can make you feel better in a shorter period of time. While tomatoes have folate, magnesium and vitamin B6 which helps the brain to produce mood-regulating neurotransmitters; Garlic is a top source of chromium, which regulates the brain’s happiness chemical called serotonin.
    They can make you go from sad to happy in minutes!