"Happiness Diet": Foods That Boost Your Mood

Food as medicine is not new, but London nutritional therapist Christine Bailey discusses how we can adjust our food to improve our mood

Blood sugar abnormalities stink and can cause mood swings. Avoiding processed foods helps maintain blood sugar levels.

Avoid processed sugars, white starch, fruit juices, and sugary smoothies.

Your brain is 60% fat. Fat is crucial, and restricting phospholipids and omega-3 will impair your mood and attention. 

Magnesium helps you sleep, fight anxiety, and relax. To maintain magnesium levels, eat magnesium-rich foods including spinach, chard, yogurt, pumpkin seeds, almonds, and black beans

Your stomach is like your second brain and may greatly affect your mood. hence care for it. Happiness depends on intestinal health.

Green tea is great for you. It contains antioxidants to protect the brain and body and L theanine to boost concentration and reduce stress. Drink up!

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