It is interesting to learn how much the food we eat can affect our mood.
We look for ways to increase happiness in a variety of different ways when the simplest solution may be to change what we eat.
OMEGA 3 FATTY ACIDS
If you end up with way more omega 6 than omega 3 (which is often the case in a diet that consists of lots of processed foods), one of the side effects is depression.
We then to get the blues more in winter when we can’t get outside and get some sun. A big reason for this drop in mood is a lack of vitamin D.
Being happy takes energy and a key ingredient in making sure we get the energy we need from our foods are B vitamins.
Lack of magnesium can cause insomnia and i don’t have to tell you how important a good night’s sleep is to your overall well-being.