If you are looking for a healthy snack that is scientifically proven to boost your mood, here are 5 options we recommend:
2) Dark Chocolate
4) Spinach & Kale
Feeling blue? Add more green to your diet!
The Journal of Pharmacology Research recently published a study showing that leafy greens boost your serotonin levels by 20 percent!
Researchers give credit to the anthocyanins found in greens, like kale and spinach, which help trigger the production of serotonin.
One great and easy way to up your greens is to add them to a daily smoothie. Try our founder, Dr. Elroy Vojdani’s favorite green smoothie recipe.
• 1 1/2 cups coconut water
• 1/2 cup coconut milk
• 2 tbsp ground flax seed (optional)
If you’re feeling tired in the afternoon, instead of reaching for a cup of coffee for a boost, reach for Matcha Tea from Full Leaf Tea Company.
The green tea also helps lower bad cholesterol, reduce inflammation and help burn calories 4x faster than normal!
Not only is asparagus tasty, amazingly it also helps fight fatigue thanks to the high amount Vitamin K found in this vegetable – which helps oxygen travel to the brain & cuts fatigue by 90%!If you are experiencing chronic fatigue, we can help. To learn how, click the link.
If you’ve ever wondered why Green Tea is calming, without making you drowsy, you can thank theanine!A study published by Science Direct found that this amino acid – exclusively in tea plants – triggers relaxing alpha-waves in the brain just 40 minutes after consumption.