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In addition to affecting your waistline, what you eat affects your mood.
The Doctors share how you can improve your mood and emotions with these 3 healthy eating tips:
1. Eat more fiber and whole foods - Studies show that diets high in both see lower rates of depression and anxiety. An easy way to do this is by eating more colorful fruits and vegetables every day.
2. Upgrade your magnesium intake - This mineral has been shown to help with brain functions that can reduce stress and anxiety. Food rich in magnesium includes spinach, Swiss chard, pumpkin seeds, chickpeas, and beans.
3. Listen to your body - If you do not feel well after eating a particular food, cut it out from your diet and find out if you feel better.