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Get A Handle On Your Mood With Food

08.04.2015

There are plenty of occasions and situations on a daily, weekly and monthly basis that could test our moods, patience and overall happiness. However, there are also plenty of foods that do this to us too, the main difference is that we don't need to eat them! 

Sugar is a biggy when it comes to mood fluctuation. Whether this be sugar in it's basic form, or added to processed foods. These processed items will boost your energy and mood very quickly, to then plummet straight back down again. 

In order to maintain a stable blood sugar level and therefore, help to calm and stabilise your mood follow these simple steps:

 

Avoid:

Sugar             White Pasta             White Bread   

Cake                Alcohol   

 

Include low fat protein in each meal, such as:

Eggs             Chicken             Oily Fish             Lentils   

 

Eat plenty of veg:

 

Magnesium is key to mood function. Foods high in magnesium are:

Dark leafy greens             Pumpkin Seeds             Avocado   

 

Following these simple guidelines, you'll be well on your way to getting your mood levelled out, leaving you able to combat other things.

 

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