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Boost Your Mood with These Foods

Almonds

  • A very nutritious snack when eaten unsalted
  • Helps suppress appetite
  • Low in saturated fat
  • High in magnesium and iron

Avocado

  • Each serving of avocado contains 20 minerals and vitamins.
  • High in good fats that you can metabolize easily
  • Good source of folate for tissue development
  • Provide a healthy dose of vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K

Mixed Nuts

  • A protein boost mid-morning or mid-afternoon will prevent too low of a blood sugar level.
  • A handful can prevent overeating later on in the day. But don’t overdo it!

Dark Chocolate

  • Rich in antioxidants like flavonoids, which can help prevent cancer
  • Stick to a small amount. Half a bar contains about 200 calories, 20 grams of fat and 10 grams of sugar.

Broccoli

  • Raw or steamed, broccoli can do many things to improve the functions of your digestive and respiratory systems!
  • High in vitamin D
  • Three servings of broccoli a week (½ cup each) will support bone strength and good health.

Lean Meats

  • Any healthy diet requires protein, as well as fiber, fat and complex carbs. Lean meat is an excellent way to get in your fill of protein.
  • Chicken, turkey and lean beef contain all the amino acids you need to build and sustain muscle.
  • Have lean meat with one or two meals a day.

Blueberries

  • An antioxidant-rich fruit.
  • Like all berries, they give your body the fiber it needs to run like a well-oiled machine.
  • Loaded with vitamins for improved memory and immunity.
  • Top your oatmeal or yogurt with a handful of fresh blueberries, or blend them up in a fruit smoothie.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)

  • Loaded with nutrients and 60 calories per teaspoon
  • Although it is all fat (7 grams per teaspoon), it’s the kind that’s good for you. Use olive oil as a salad dressing or cooking oil and you’ll begin to drastically improve your heart health.

Kale

  • Kale is a trendy superfood these days, but for plenty of great reasons! For example, it can help lower your cholesterol.
  • Its many nutrients reduce risk of several types of cancer, including breast, bladder, prostate, ovary and colon

Honey

  • Allows you to sweeten your food and beverages naturally
  • A safe alternative to high fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners
  • The majority of honey is natural sugar, water and sucrose. The rest? Nutrients including vitamins (B6, zinc, amino acids, and calcium), protein, pollen and minerals.