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Nutritional Psychiatry: How What You Eat Can Actually Boost Your Mood

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So you might already know that the way you eat can affect your gut or even help change your skin health. However, nutritional psychiatry shows that food not only helps the body feel its best, but may help the mind feel its best too.

That’s right: there’s a connection between food and mood beyond getting hangry if you haven’t eaten in a while or craving Ben & Jerry’s after a breakup.

While it sounds like two very different worlds colliding (nutrition? And psychiatry?), the concept makes perfect sense to me.

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