Let’s look for happiness in food

When happiness is mentioned, SEROTONIN immediately comes to mind… Also known as happiness hormone. If the show of chocolate waterfalls flowing before our eyes has passed, let’s talk about how to increase this hormone level. Serotonin is a hormone produced in the body. However, the intake of omega-3, tryptophan, magnesium, zinc from the outside supports the production of serotonin. Tryptophan is an amino acid and is found in foods such as turkey, eggs, almonds, chicken, beef, soy, milk and dairy products, tangerines, bananas, cocoa, sesame, peanuts, flour. The best source of Omega-3 is fish.

Since carbohydrates support the secretion of serotonin and excessive intake will cause weight gain, let’s not upset your mood even more. Not to mention the feeling of tiredness you will experience after your blood sugar rises rapidly. Therefore, it is rich in fiber, the measure of which is the best carbohydrate consumption. In other words, the carbohydrate (sugar) that we will benefit from is not table sugar, but the carbohydrate (sugar) in fruit and bread. Let’s also refer to the negative effect of low-carb diets here.

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