To be on the rise, to avoid foods that block the production of serotonin
Serotonin is a hormone that is often called the "happiness hormone". When it produces enough — the mood is good. If serotonin is not enough — life seems gray and dull.
It turns out that the amount of serotonin produced greatly depends on what we eat. Thus, the number of products actually blocks the production of this hormone. And, surprisingly, these products include the foods we often buy ourselves to improve mood.
Almost all pastries and sweets hinder the body to produce serotonin. They contain margarine and food coloring, which prevent the production of the hormone. By the way, sugar also affects your mood. So try to avoid sweetened foods, including Breakfast cereal and muesli.
Diet coke does not contain sugar, but has aspartame, which has a similar effect.
Salted crackers, chips, and crackers are no more useful. In the list of undesirable products can also bring sausages and instant noodles. Monosodium glutamate, which is found in them also prevents us from being in a good mood.
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