The Happiness Diet – LewRockwell

Low mood and depression are common problems for many people of all ages.

If you struggle with feelings of depression, loss of motivation and enthusiasm, or if you have difficulty finding joy in everyday life it’s time to rethink your diet.

Our diet and lifestyle can have a profound effect on our mood and research reveals there’s a direct link between what we eat and how we feel.

In fact, studies suggest people with depression often make food choices that can actually make them feel worse.

Fortunately, there are many foods that can put a smile on your face and make your body feel awesome.

These foods provide you with the right nutrients or co-factors the body needs to produce neurotransmitters (chemical messengers) that give up a natural lift.

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Depression affects around one in 10 adults with estimates that up to 50 percent of the population will experience at least one episode of depression during their lives. 

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Mainstream medicine still relies upon psychoactive drugs that not only have a success rate of 50 percent or less but are fraught with potential side effects.

Current research suggests depression is actually linked to an array of underlying factors including inflammation, insulin resistance, oxidative stress, poor methylation and hormone imbalances.

By tackling these underlying imbalances you can improve overall brain health and boost mood too.

This is the basis of Functional Nutritionist and Chef Christine Bailey’ s new book The Brain Boost Diet.

Using evidence based research on brain health and proactive lifestyle and dietary changes you can make a profound difference…

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