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4. Eat with Mood in Mind

4. Eat with Mood in Mind

  1. Food choices have an impact on your overall physical health and can also affect your state of mind.
  2. Carbohydrates release serotonin, a “feel good” hormone. Just keep simple carbs — foods high in sugar and starch — to a minimum, because that energy surge is short and you’ll crash.
  3. Complex carbs , such as vegetables, beans, and whole grains, are better.
  4. High protein food releases dopamine and norepinephrine, which boost energy and concentration.
  5. Highly processed or deep-fried food tend to leave you feeling down.
  6. Start by making one better food choice each day.

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