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Good food, good mood

I'm sure you've heard the saying "you are what you eat" . I believe there is so much truth in this, since food can directly affect your mood. There is growing interest in research on dietary changes and how they can affect the mood. A poor diet can be strongly linked to feelings of anxiety and depression . So, improving your diet may help to significantly improve these conditions. Speaking from personal experience with my own clients, positive changes in diet have helped improve both physical and mental wellbeing . Even after a six-week period, my clients gain more energy and motivation when following a balanced eating plan. Specifically, their balanced eating plan focuses on a diet of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, legumes, nuts and the reduction of sugary, processed foods. This kind of balanced diet is proven to help my clients adopt a positive mindset. But, it's not always that simple! Emotional hunger often gets in the way of good eating patt

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