Food can cause a stressful feelings, guilt, powerless or sleepiness. On the other hand, some products can cause cheerful, thrilled, satisfied and great feelings. Let food to be your cure, and the cure to be your food (Hippocrates 400 B.C) against the statement of the founder of Mc Donald’s: “Fast food is the greatest achievement of the 20th century.”

Whole grains

Life without carbohydrates isn’t interesting so the scientists say that such a restriction causes depression. Our brain produces serotonin if you eat only cereal starches such as cereals, so the white bread and French fries are not right solution. They key is integral cereals that provide energy.

Vitamin D

The vitamin of the heart. It is synthesized in the body from the sunbeams and it is true that there aren’t many foods that contain vitamin D, but we can find it in the fish, liver, beef, milk and dairy products. Well it’s not too much while you are sunbathing to drink a glass of milk.

Food for a better mood

Olive oil and nuts

Products with a high fat content reduce energy and should be fully eliminated from the diet. They block the arteries and small blood vessels in the brain, and neurotransmitters signals in the brain, which negatively affects on the mood. So start to consume monounsaturated fats (olive oil and nuts).


Yes, you have heard a million times that fish is beneficial for our health where the omega-3 fatty acids from fish proved affect to the chemical processes in the brain and stimulate the synthesis of serotonin. Consume fish 3 times a week, and replace it with other supplements if you haven’t chance for consumption.


We can find the most tryptophan in turkey, chicken and pork and in smaller amounts can be found in bananas, avocados, pineapples and the cheese. The effect of tryptophan increases if you consume complex carbohydrates such as broccoli and integral rice.

Green salad that is rich in folic acid which enhances cognitive functions. Many vegetables contain magnesium which acts calming, so you will not feel a drastic change in the mood.

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