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Mood-lifting foods for Monday


Nepalnews
2023 Mar 27, 7:37,
Source: ANI

It's Monday today and you must be low on energy after a fun weekend. The first day of the week is usually considered the least favorite day for the majority of people. So just to stay active and uplift this mood add these foods to your diet as mentioned below.

Chocolate

Chocolate does make you happy and gives you that push to feel energized all day. Several studies have found that eating a little dark chocolate helps to reduce the levels of cortisol and other stress hormones in people. Just the process that occurs in the mouth when a piece of chocolate is consumed, as it transforms from a solid to a smooth emulsion that many people find completely irresistible.

Source: ANI
Source: ANI

Berries

You can always start your day with a smoothie filled with berries or add them to your oatmeal. Berries like blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries are filled with anthocyanin.

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Seafood

Omega-3 fatty acids, which are a type of polyunsaturated fats, for instance, are essential for a healthy heart, brain, and immune system, and even for overall mortality. There are many foods that are good to great sources of omega-3, including avocado, salmon, mackerel, flaxseeds, and of course, walnuts - our favorite food to add the power of 3 to our everyday meals.

Source: ANI
Source: ANI

Flaxseed, Nuts and Seeds

Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of ground flaxseed or other seeds to food each day or include a moderate amount of nuts in your daily diet.

Source: ANI
Source: ANI

Pulses, legumes, and cereal

Beans, chickpeas, brown rice, lentils, soybeans, and green peas are examples of pulses, legumes, and grains that can boost your mood and give you more energy.

Source: ANI
Source: ANI

Fruits

Each type of fruit is essential for boosting your mood. Vitamin B and folate are the main elements to seek since they encourage the production of serotonin by amino acids, which lifts your depressed mood.

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