5 foods that put you in a good mood

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Almost all foods of animal or vegetable origin, although there are some exceptions. Foods that are not from animal or plant sources include various edible fungi, including mushrooms. Fungi environmental bacteria are used in the preparation of pickles and fermented foods such as leavened bread, wine, beer, cheese, pickles and yogurt. Many cultures consume algae, and even (cyanobacteria) and spirulina. Additionally, the salt is often consumed as flavouring or preservative, and sodium bicarbonate is used in food preparation. And both are inorganic substances such as water, an important part of the human diet.

Cereal with milk

Cereal with milk

Vitamin B1 or thiamine, vitamin known as mood, is present in whole grains and dairy. It is necessary for the brain to produce a brain neurotransmitter called serotoina and related mood. Hence a bowl of cereal with milk and nuts put us in a great mood.

Blueberries and salmon

Blueberries and salmon

 

Blueberries, strawberries, tea, walnuts and salmon have a positive effect on our mood. But what do they have in common? As recently demonstrated Karina Martinez-Mayorga, a researcher at the Autonomous University of Mexico, all contain flavor compounds structurally very similar to valproic acid, an antiepileptic drug that is also also used to soften the mood swings of people with manic depressive disorders and bipolar disorder.

Chocolate ice cream

Chocolate ice cream

 

A study by the Medical Center of the University of Maryland, both chocolate and ice cream contain tryptophan, an amino acid that calms us and reduces aggression, increasing the production of serotonin, the hormone also known as welfare.

Fruits and vegetables

Fruits and vegetables

According to a study released in the Journal of Health Psychology study day we eat more fruits and vegetables we feel more relaxed, happier and more energetic than the days we eat less quantities. The study indicates that young people need to eat between 7 and 8 services of these foods to be dose-every day or half a cup size that fits in the palm of your hand. “Boonie ahite, co-author of the work, says a simple way to do this is that half of each en tree contains vegetables and meals in mid-morning or mid-afternoon take a piece of whole fruit, such as an apple.

Seaweed salad

Seaweed salad

Seaweed is rich in iodine, an essential nutrient required body for thyroid function deficits and which can cause fatigue and depression.

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