I wonder how we forgot about this connection, because it was common knowledge in times gone by. Way back when (think medieval times), people would eat quince, dates and elderflowers, if they were feeling a little blue, and use lettuce and chicory as nature’s tranquilisers.
Modern science has extensively studied the impact of food on mood, and we now understand why food has such a positive (or negative) effect and also which foods we should be eating more (or less) of to support mental health.
Managing anxiety, stress, depression and other mood disorders is complex, and there’s no one-size-fits all solution. But we know that the right diet and lifestyle plan combined with motivational coaching to help you every step of the way can be an enormous help.
This guide is designed to help you take the first steps in supporting your mood through diet and lifestyle changes. But, if you have tried to make changes on your own in the past, you’ll understand that having the knowledge is only a very small piece of the puzzle. My signature Mood & Energy programme has been created to help raise your mood, boost your energy and help you get motivated and back to living life to the full, reduce anxiety, and improve your overall wellbeing. To find out more about this programme please visit my website.
Banish the blues and conquer that feeling of anxiety to live the life you really want.
My name is Sally Mortimore, a nutrition and mental wellbeing expert. People turn to me when they feel like they are sometimes in a dark place and they’re not sure how to begin to turn things around.
When I help my clients transform the way they eat, they begin to see improvements in their life. They feel like getting up in the morning, are full of energy and ready to live a life they love. If this resonates with you I warmly invite you to book a free food and mood transformation call by visiting my website.