There’s food to put you in the mood: I’m thinking chocolate-dipped strawberries or freshly shucked oysters. But since we’re talking sugar, you’re probably aware of the hangriness to eat NOW, the food mood, closely followed by its brother the food coma. It’s no surprise food is related
to mood. But a ‘this for that’ mentality has us supplementing mood with food. Is this the answer? Can food alone that can resolve our anxiety? Or depression? Or is there even happiness saving good mood food out there?
Ok, so you know I’m gonna say that there’s more to health than food and there’s more to mood too. If you’ve ever done a sugar intervention, you’ll know that’s because it’s also got a lot to do with digestion, with getting the basics, being able to make use of healthy fats in your diet and with metabolism and energy!
Join us this October 5-18 to explore perhaps the most apt ‘eat how you feel’ yet: The Sugar Intervention: good mood food.