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10 Foods To Boost Your Mood

Dark chocolate

Dark chocolate decreases stress hormones, like cortisol, which in turn improves your mood.


People who lack vitamin D are more likely to get depressed. In the fall and winter, many people have a vitamin D deficiency.


If you find salmon too complicated to prepare, opt for canned sardines. They’re high in omega-3 as well as vitamins D, B3, and B12.


For years, eggs have gotten a bad rep, yet egg yolks are high in vitamins D, B2, and B12—and they’re easy to cook!


This tasty treat is chock full of magnesium—a mineral that helps combat stress and depression.


Eat more asparagus! This green vegetable is rich in folate (folic acid), a type of vitamin B.

Flax seeds

A good source of omega-3, flax seeds increase serotonin levels in the body—a neurotransmitter that stimulates good moods.


Milk is good for your bones—plus the vitamin D it gives you also helps beat the winter blues.


Cultivated for centuries in India, today turmeric can be found at any supermarket.


Saffron is another exotic spice that’s rarely used that has numerous benefits for the body and mind.