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Foods That Helps Improve Mental Health

You have probably read that eating certain food can lower the likelihood of high blood pressure and diabetes. How about your mental health? Are there any food that can improve your mental health and boost cognitive function? The answer is yes and here are some of the popular brain foods that are good for mental health.

1. Fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential nutrients that can help lower the symptoms of depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other mental disorders.   

According to this journal increasing dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids can be effective for both the prevention and treatment of depression. Another study published by the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry shows a  significant antidepressant properties of omega-3 PUFA.

This study from "Drugs" shows the therapeutic benefit of omega-3 fatty acids in patients with psychiatric disorders.

A study posted by The American Journal of Clinica…

Best supplements to Lose Weight: Important Nutrient To Help You To Shed the Weight

What is the best supplements for weight loss? Losing weight permanently is a lifestyle change that will require you to eat healthy, workout, and balanced diet. In addition to this, according to some diet experts additional supplements are also needed to help people lose weight according to a news report.

Nutritional therapist Hannah Braye who works for Lepicol said that fiber is a key part of an individual diet and the recommended amount of fiber that we have to take everyday is 30g. Unfortunately most people are falling short and are not able to reach the daily recommended amount.

She said that people should be getting their fiber from a variety of plants like vegetables, wholegrain, fruit, lentils, beans, pulses, nuts and seeds. However most people have busy lifestyle that the only option is fast food and junk foods that are heavily processed, low in nutrients, and very low in fiber. Hannah said that Fiber has a significant role in regulating appetite. Fiber keeps us feeling ful…