Mood: List Of Research-Backed Claims
Your mood is an affective state. Mood is described as having either a positive or negative attitude at that moment. Your mood can change quickly.
What you eat directly affects the structure and function of your brain and, ultimately, your mood.
Poor nutrition may be a factor in the experience of low mood. To improve your diet may help to protect not only physical health but also mental health.
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Research-Backed Beneficial Claims For Your Mood
Mood is often described as feeling positive or feeling negative. Nutrients may have the ability to enhance your mood.
You're welcome to explore the foods that contain nutrients that share this claim by clicking on their names.
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