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Foods that can enhance your mood

No matter which challenges you face, it is easy to face the world when your mood is fresh. But can certain foods really help prevent bad feelings? The scientific community has a lot to learn about how our diet affects our emotions. Healthy eating not only helps control your waistline, but also choosing the right foods can also help prevent symptoms of depression. A healthy anti-depressant diet plan can be a varied diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans, and omega-3 fatty acids.

6 Foods to Improve Mood

1. Whole Grain Bread
When your hormones are full everywhere (PMS, stress at work, whatever), you suppress the craving for a high-carb diet because it helps soothe your hormonal rollercoaster. But cookies will not make you as happy (or thin) as complex carb as a whole grain bread. However, unlike cookies, those whole grains can enhance the number of good bacteria in your stomach, which can have a profound effect on your mood. If you can’t see another sandwich, healthy sources of carbs will help you replenish and reduce it.

2. Canned fish
Reasons to eat omega-3 rich fish are always accumulating: cancer prevention, anti-acne, and now to improve your mood. Researchers now declared that omega-3s can promote neurological problems by influencing neurotransmitters of he  brain to reduce inflammation that can damage the brain cells. Unfortunately, you would not expect a single can of fish to explode into the sun. Make a habit of eating canned fish, especially sardines and herring, some times a week. If you are not a fish eater or a fish lover, use daily fish oil or supplement.

3. Green Tea
On a bad day, drinking a cup of tea can simply be a way to cool down your emotions, soothe your emotions, and brighten your emotions. Make that green tea and you can get even more benefits, say researchers. Green tea also has caffeine - enough to choose when you feel down, but not enough to give you jitters.

4. Raw vegetables
Vitamin B deficiency has been linked to depression, as serotonin production can be prevented by low levels of vitamin B. The important B vitamins you need to take care of include folate, vitamins B3, B6 and B12, and eating raw vegetables such as leaves - such as spinach or broccoli - will help keep your levels are high. A cup of cooked spinach provides about 30 percent of your RDA for a few B vitamins, so add fried and fried soup, or make a green spinach salad for lunch.

5. Eggs
Lack of essential mineral selenium can be linked to depression and negative mood. The good thing is that just one boiled egg contains about 20% of your daily dose! Eggs contain a lot of calcium and many eggs now contain omega-3 fats that are healthy in the gut, with calming effects. Because eggs are a complete protein and contain vitamins and minerals, they are often considered the perfect natural food.

6. Almonds and nuts
Whether eating on their own, in a particular mix, or as a spread, nuts are a great source of protein and nutritional supplements. Almonds, cashews and hazelnuts contain high levels of magnesium for energy and air, fiber to control blood sugar levels, and vitamin E which is an antioxidant and can also help improve memory.

The next time you need a small boost, don’t reach for fast food frying! Try foods that are scientifically proven.

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