Foods for Thought?
There is a difference between negative people and negative thinking. Negative thinking is almost always our own brain dishing out the bad vibes. You can separate yourself from negative people, but can you change the way your brain thinks about things? In this healthy eating blog, we discuss some of the foods that boost happiness and squash negative thinking.
Brassica's: Mustard and cabbage plants
Radishes, cabbage, and mustards help to increase the body's natural production of dopamine, the drug that causes us to be upbeat and happy. It is impossible to see that the glass is half full when you are happy, because what you see when you are happy is that the glass is refillable.
Shellfish: Is anti-selfish
Shellfish are a variety of foods such as oysters and clams that boost minerals and elements in our diet. Zinc is one such mineral that you find in shellfish, and it has been shown in multiple studies to reduce depression. Elevate your mood by eating more shellfish.
Nuts: Speaking of mood swings
There is a variety of nuts that help boost brain chemistry so that you change the way you think. Walnuts are one such nut. The link between being a positive thinker and eating nuts is alpha-linolenic acid (ALA.) ALA is an anti-depression chemical, and a diet that is rich in alpha-linolenic acid is a gateway to happiness and joy.
How we think is remarkably connected to what we eat. At the Metabolic Research Center, we take eating healthy seriously. If you would like to learn more about how to squash negative thinking visit us. Our site is a richly decadent informational place where you can find support in changing how you eat, and you can also find the resources to make changing your diet not only successful but easier too.
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