Eating well is a great way to keep you feeling well, while staying healthy and free of disease. Additionally, some healthy foods also influence your ‘happy hormone’ serotonin levels, improve your circulation and keep your organs healthy.
Turmeric, an Indian spice, is antioxidant-rich and can help boost serotonin and dopamine. It’s primary component also boosts cognitive function and mood.
Fatty fish contains omega-3 fatty acids and muscle-building proteins. It can help your brain perform at its peak while lowering depression.
Yogurts and other foods rich in probiotics will boost the connection between your brain and your gut microbiome.
Sesame seeds can help provide magnesium, a mineral that can help with stress while boosting cell immunity.
And bananas, high in the vitamin B6, not only increase serotonin and dopamine. They can also help regulate the release of carbohydrates into the bloodstream as well as being a great source of prebiotics for your gut bacteria.