An article By Karen Gordon, health journalist
Eating a healthy diet is not only good for your physical health – but what you eat can have a significant impact on your mental wellbeing.
More and more evidence is coming to light which shows that what you eat affects how you feel. And your diet can alter your metabolism and brain chemistry, ultimately affecting your energy level and mood.
We reveal the best foods that can help boost your mood.
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Lots more reading and tips from the old faithful google web search (be selective in what you want to read) but there are some good articles listed for those who want to spend time reading about mood and food. :
From the link above ...
Scroll down a bit for a pdf download from BDA the British Dietician Association
and a little further down for link to Mind.org.uk about mood and food.
Then there is celery which I use a lot in my casseroles, stews, home made chunky vegetable soups, here is a link with recipe from a Good Mood Food Blog:
Enjoy and have many Good Mood Food days