Foods & Moods

How can food affect my mood?

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il y a 4 mois

You might already know that eating lots of sugary or fatty food, such as sweets, chocolate, takeaways and crisps, doesn’t make your body feel good.


Foods like these don’t have the right nutrients that our bodies need to work properly. If you don’t eat enough nutrient rich foods, your body may lack the vital vitamins and minerals that are needed to maintain your energy levels and brain function.


Eating a diet low in nutrients – or not eating regularly – can make your blood sugars drop. This can make you feel tired and irritable and can cause mood swings, low mood and, in some cases, confusion. This video includes some tips on how to manage your mood with food.

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Foods & Moods

Dernière mise à jour il y a 4 mois

You might already know that eating lots of sugary or fatty food, such as sweets, chocolate, takeaways and crisps, doesn’t make your body feel good.


Foods like these don’t have the right nutrients that our bodies need to work properly. If you don’t eat enough nutrient rich foods, your body may lack the vital vitamins and minerals that are needed to maintain your energy levels and brain function.


Eating a diet low in nutrients – or not eating regularly – can make your blood sugars drop. This can make you feel tired and irritable and can cause mood swings, low mood and, in some cases, confusion. This video includes some tips on how to manage your mood with food.