7 Foods for a Good Mood
The golden days of autumn are over and suddenly it’s here: the bleak winter sky. Cold temperatures and dark days can really affect your mood. Did you know that changing your nutrition can cheer you up? It’s true, some foods really make you feel happier. So, get ready to say goodbye to the fall and winter blues!
Fall and winter blues — what causes it?
Going to work in the dark and coming home in the dark: one cause of seasonal affective disorder — also known as fall or winter depression — is the lack of daylight. This can lead to lower production of the happy hormone, serotonin. Plus, production of the sleep hormone, melatonin, is higher in the winter. The result is that we feel lazy, tired, and unmotivated.
Natural Mood Boosters Cheer Us Up
The good news: there are different foods that can increase our body’s production of serotonin. Studies have shown that a low level of serotonin in your blood can have a negative effect on your mood.(1) Foods rich in…
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