You REALLY are What You Eat. What You Can Learn From Online Psychologist Therapy.

But why?

The good bacteria in your gut

Steer clear of processed or refined foods

Protein is important

Don’t skip

The myth about carbs

Drink plenty of water

Good mood food

  • Foods that are rick in Omega-3 fatty acids such as fish and nuts.
  • Foods that contain the amino acid, N-acetylcysteine such as in protein sources (eggs, chicken and cheese).
  • Dishes that contains the spice, Saffron. There are a myriad of recipes one can use to conjure up these dishes. From Italian Risotto to lamb and fried cauliflower, Saffron not only makes food taste great, but battles those blues away.
  • Foods that are rich in Vitamin D. Yes, we don’t just get our Vitamin D from the sun. There are plenty of foods that contain high levels of this feel-good vitamin. Foods such as red meat, livers and oily fish (mackerel, salmon, sardines).
  • The herb, Rhodiola. Health shops and pharmacies will have these in a variety of forms on the natural remedies counter.
  • Foods that are rich in Vitamin B such as dark green vegetables, milk, cheese and eggs.
  • Foods that are rich in Zinc such as lentils, beans and nuts.
  • The herb, St. John’s Wort. Just like Rhodiola, this can be found in a variety of forms as a natural remedy.
  • Foods that are rich in Magnesium such as pumpkin seeds, almonds, cashews and spinach.

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