Ain’t No Cure For The Summertime Blues?

Ain’t No Cure For The Summertime Blues? by: Off The Grid News

TDC Note – If you’ve not conduct some research, ask a medical professional or conducted your own experiments with turmeric (curcumin) then you must love the embrace of the medical industrial complex.

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Here’s a short list of food that just might help with some mid-summer anxiety.

Best Foods To Reduce Anxiety

Green Leafy Vegetables

Green leafy vegetables contain folate that produces dopamine. Dopamine is a feel-good chemical that’s produced in the brain and helps calm people down. This includes vegetables such as kale, Swiss chard, and spinach. These leafy vegetables are the best foods to reduce anxiety.

Omega-3 Fats

It has been proven that some of the best foods to reduce anxiety are omega-3 fatty acids. This is oil that can be obtained from wild fish such as salmon, sardines, or anchovies, and can make a great difference in your mood. A study showed that medical students who consumed omega-3 fats were able to reduce their anxiety levels by 20%.

Bananas

Bananas contain dopamine which is great for uplifting someone’s mood. They also have vitamin B, which is great for the nervous system. In addition, they contain magnesium.

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate contains anandamide. This neurotransmitter is quite good at suppressing pain and helping with depression.

Fermented Foods

Foods like kefir, natto, and kimchi have lots of good bacteria known as probiotics. These send “feel-good” signals to your mind and help to uplift your mood.

Blueberries

The dark colors of the berries are caused by anthocyanins. Anthocyanins stimulate the brain to produce dopamine, which helps improve a person’s memory.

Kiwis

Kiwis are the among the best foods to reduce anxiety and are rich in vitamin C. Taking vitamin C on a regular basis helps to reduce stress hormones in the blood as well as other elements that might indicate emotional and physical stress.

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