We Can Control Our Mood Swings

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Mood foods

Eating regular meals and snacks at the same times every day helps keep your blood sugar levels steady. Keeping a steady eating schedule gives our bodies a continuous source of fuel, and this helps in keeping our mood stable.

The biggest bad mood culprits are refined carbohydrates, such as sugar. This is sugars that are in junk foods, such as candy and soda, as well as in everyday foods, such as fruit juice, syrup, and jams, can cause your blood sugar to go up and down like a rollercoaster. Refined white starches, white rice, white bread, and crackers have the same effect.

Try adding these smart protein choices to your diet:
eggs
poultry
seafood
tofu
low-fat Greek yogurt

Adding Fiber to our food can slow the absorption of sugar into your bloodstream and increase serotonin, the “feel good” chemical, both help in decreasing our mood swings. You can find healthy amounts of fiber in:
oats
beans
pears
peas
Brussels sprouts

We can add Vitamins to our diet:

Vitamin B9, D, and B12
For vitamin D
low-fat milk
egg yolks
soymilk

For vitamin B9
broccoli
lentils
oatmeal
oranges
dark leafy greens

For vitamin B12
cottage cheese
lean beef
salmon
So to keep our Moods up, we need to exercise, keep our eating schedule steady, stay away from white sugar, and white starch, eat fruits & veggies for fiber.😁

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