Mood-Boosting Foods You Can Eat

Nuts have fibre, protein, and healthy fats, but check the calories. Daily 1 ounce of walnuts and almonds. Walnuts and almonds contain omega-3s.


A diet that aims to increase mood should emphasise the consumption of high-quality proteins, such as grass-fed beef.

Grass-Fed Beef

Fish is a part of several anti-depressant diets, including the Mediterranean, Norwegian, and Japanese diets. Two or three times a week, consume a 3-ounce fish portion.


Whole grains and high-fiber foods are healthier than refined sugar and flour.

Whole Grains

Fruit's vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients make it a terrific sweet treat. Eating fruit, especially berries, is healthy.


The vitamins, minerals, and fibre in veggies may help prevent low mood and depression.


Chocolate's polyphenols may increase mood. Those who drank chocolate high in polyphenols felt calmer and happier.

Hot Cocoa

Caffeine can increase your mood short- and long-term. Caffeine delivers a short-term pick-me-up and sociable mood boost at a coffee bar.


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