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Diet, brain and mental health
You are what you eat, or so the saying goes. This is also true for your mental health and wellbeing. Research shows that certain vitamins and minerals have a beneficial effect on our brain function and mental health, so read on to find out if your diet is giving you what you need.
Everybody knows that eating well usually ensures good physical health and reduces the likelihood of cardiovascular disease. But did you know that your diet has a direct impact on your mental wellbeing?
Do you wolf down bars of chocolate when you feel a little stressed or perhaps go to fast food restaurants whenever you have a bit of anxiety? If so, you respond to tension with food. Anxiety and stress are part of our everyday lives and are closely related to the way we eat.
To be at the top of your game, your brain needs to be well fed. From the production of neurons, transmission of nervous impulses, to the reproduction of synapses…there are foods that can boost our intellectual performance. Discover your brain’s best friends and add them to your diet in your quest...
The brain is the largest of our body’s organs and like our hearts, livers and other organs, it is affected by the food we eat. So, are you buying the best food for your brain?
How can you stay mentally alert despite the years flying by? By eating lots and lots of fruit and veg of course! This is the conclusion reached by many researchers around the world.
Do you get a slump in the middle of the day, seasonal tiredness or occasional bouts of fatigue? When the wind has gone from your sails, it is pointless pouncing on food supplements to get your mojo back. A simple little trip to the supermarket to fill up your basket is all you need. Doctissimo...
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