“The experts say that you can improve your mood and your focus with your dietary choices, as well as your health.”
Have more Vitamin C to improve your mood and reduce anxiety levels and even boost your confidence(!). Make the great metabolism booster “Immune Juice” with orange juice, turmeric, green tea and more to start your day from my friends at passioniscooking.com.
NEED TO FEEL SHARP?
The answer is to eat more leafy greens with Vitamin K and other vitamins and antioxidants with a chaser of healthy fats to boost absorption.
WANT MORE ENERGY?
Try breakfast with macronutrients (carbs, healthy fat, and protein) and matcha tea for a natural energy boost. More on what to eat to feel better and improve your mood.
Don't forget your liquids--even mild dehydration can affect your mood and make it harder to focus and complete tasks.
BLOOD SUGAR ISSUES
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According to Everyday Health, certain foods help in the battle with depression and mood swings. The key is stabilizing blood sugar levels.
Turn to fiber and make it an integral part of your diet, because foods that are slow to digest help maintain blood sugar levels and this also helps your mood stay level. Combining protein with carbs (chicken, fish, eggs, seeds, nuts with healthy whole grains, for example) also slows digestion and helps with blood sugar levels. Avoid simple sugars such as soft drinks and candy as this leads to spikes in your blood sugar making you feel cranky and irritable.
Instead of reaching for comfort foods to try to cheer yourself up, choose foods that will actually make you feel better.