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They suggest eating foods high in vitamin B6, which is essential for brain function and brain development, and has been shown to help with mood through serotonin production and also may improve sleep through melatonin. Try adding more of these foods to your diet:
Salmon - which is also high in protein and healthy omega 3 fatty acids
Chickpeas - These are a wonderful plant-based protein source
Carrots - This vegetable makes a great healthy snack food and is also high in vitamin A