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#ThrowbackThursday: Fall Foods for Good Moods!


Happy Fall, y’all!

It’s that time of year again! We’re not quite bundled up just yet but we’re definitely enjoying some crisper air, gorgeous leaves (especially if you live in certain parts of the east coast), and…

…delicious fall-inspired foods!

I’ve already made two pumpkin rolls this fall — how naughty of me 😉

This week, I want to take advantage of the ever-popular #ThrowbackThursday so I can share with you one of last year’s most popular posts: 5 Ways Fall Foods Can Improve Your Mood.

Within this post, you’ll learn about:

  1. Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
  2. Vitamin D.
  3. B Vitamins.
  4. Selenium.
  5. Serotonin

NOTE: There was a little controversy regarding animal- vs. plant-based nutrients, but I think I cleared it up pretty well via some doctor-supported evidence. Still, as always, talk with your own doctor regarding diet changes and nutritional needs.

Again, that’s 5 Ways Fall Foods Can Improve Your Mood.

Enjoy!

#ThrowbackThursday: Fall Foods for Good Moods!


Alicia Sparks

Alicia Sparks is a freelance writer and editor and the creator of WritingSpark.com, where she blogs to help new freelance writers get their quills in the pot, so to speak. Among animal rights, music, and physical wellness, her passions include mental health and advocacy. Here at Psych Central she works as Syndication Editor as well as authors Your Body, Your Mind, Unleash Your Creativity, and World of Psychology's weekly "Psychology Around the Net."


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Sparks, A. (2014). #ThrowbackThursday: Fall Foods for Good Moods!. Psych Central. Retrieved on November 25, 2020, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/your-mind/2014/10/throwbackthursday-fall-foods-for-good-moods/

 

Last updated: 15 Oct 2014
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