By On March 18th, 2013

Food and Mood

In a fast food world with budget concerns and rising food costs, good nutrition tends to be put on the proverbial back burner.  What most people don’t realize are the mental health consequences of not giving the brain the nutrients it needs to function properly.  Certain food choices can and steer a person into a good mood.  The following is a brief rundown on some specific foods and how they interact with our mood and overall sense of well being.






Of course, a good diet is no substitute for individuals who may benefit from medication to help with severe depression.  However, making good food choices can provide a solid foundation toward the improvement of mood.  It is a key component in the connection between one’s body and mind.

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