May 29, 2018

Food for Thought

Posted in Well-being tagged , , , , at 8:27 am by kellyfdennis

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You’ve probably heard the sayings, “You are what you eat,” or, “Garbage in, garbage out.” Today’s TastyTuesday (Mental Health America) challenge will be to look at the types of foods we are used to eating.

Certain foods provide the nutrition your brain and body need to function at their best. Diets that incorporate omega 3 fatty acids, b vitamins, folic acid, vitamin D, prebiotics and probiotics help improve mood, reduce inflammation, and reduce signs of depression; while diets high in processed, sugary, and fatty foods do the opposite. How’s your diet shape up for your mental well being?

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