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The 5 Ways To Eat Yourself To A Much Better Mood

Grumpy and out of sorts on occasion? It’s possible that everything you munch and nibble throughout the day could be a culprit. Studies confirm that food choices directly influence body chemistry affecting things like blood sugar and levels of mood-influencing chemicals in the brain, both of which can impact the overall way you feel. Want to improve mood? Employing these five food strategies, say experts, might help you eat your way to a happier outlook: 1.
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