Mood Boosting Foods

Dietary changes are not the panacea of mental health.

But it sure can make a huge impact.

The gut is often referred to as the “second brain” for good reason. It is in constant communication with the brain and makes many of the neurotransmitters that contribute to feeling happiness, pleasure, contentment, and calm.

In simpler terms: we rely on the gut to help us feel good.

So, if the gut is off, so too will be the brain.

In this article I will outline some underlying causes that may be contributing to your low mood and how to lean on your kitchen to help you feel better.

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