To improve your mood.. Nutritional tips essential for your mental health

September 13, 2021 by archyde

Experts stress the importance of breakfast and exercise

It is usually linked – in nutritional advice – between the nature of the diet and health and physical safety, but there are necessary foods that must be placed on the diet table in view of their benefits for “mental and psychological health” mainly.

In detail, experts and specialists highlighted the importance of these healthy diets, not only for a “healthy body” but also for a “healthy mind” and a stable psychological state, and they put together a list of the most prominent natural foods that play an important role in improving mental and psychological health, and advised them Within the diet, along with exercise, according to Sky News Arabia.

The nutrition expert, Dr. Linda Gad Al-Haq, identifies the most prominent natural foods that improve the “mood”, on top of which is the meat of “turkey”, and “ricotta” cheeses, as well as bananas, boiled potatoes and sweet potatoes, in addition to barley, chamomile, anise and cocoa (because Being rich in magnesium), all of which help improve mood and mental health.

Regarding mental health, Jad Al-Haq notes that there are two main factors in improving memory in particular. The first is foods that contain omega-3, and the second is foods that contain iron.

As for omega-3, the expert advises eating tuna, salmon and mackerel, as well as hot oil and nuts (especially walnuts).

At the same time, the nutritionist pointed out that “anemia” is a disease that causes memory problems, and therefore advises eating iron-rich foods, such as “liver”, including chicken liver, in addition to meat and dates.

Nutrition experts agree on what food plays as a key component of the mental health of young men and women. This was also supported by evidence in a recent scientific study, which found a direct link between healthy diets and mental health.

According to researchers at Binghamton University in the United States, eating breakfast daily, engaging in moderate exercise more frequently, and reducing consumption of junk food and caffeine, led to an improvement in the mental health of young women. For mature women, the same is applied with the addition of eating large amounts of fruit daily.

In young people, daily exercise combined with consumption of dairy and meat leads to increased mental health, along with decreased intake of junk food and caffeine.

The same applies to mature men who eat an extra amount of nuts per day, according to the results of the 5-year study (in which the dietary and exercise patterns of 2,600 participants were studied), and published in the scientific journal Nutrients.

Consultant of Clinical Nutrition and Obesity, Dr. Hani Jubran, in turn, develops a “recipe” for the most prominent natural foods essential, not only to enjoy a healthy and healthy body, but also to support mental health, including stimulating memory and maintaining physical activity.

The recipe includes meat, fish, eggs and dairy products in general, in addition to white honey, as well as fruits, in addition to exercising regularly, and reducing caffeine in particular.

Gibran points out that eating a healthy diet improves mood, which in turn supports mental health, especially for young men and women, and infers that there are foods associated with giving a feeling of happiness and resisting depression.

He particularly stresses the importance of “breakfast” as an indispensable basis, which is important to contain integrated nutrients, such as eating pieces of brown bread with eggs and natural orange juice, and it is advised in this context to significantly reduce caffeine and fast food, which is What did the aforementioned study lead to?

The consultant adds to this the “energy drinks” that many young people are accustomed to, as they are rich in sugars and caffeine, and can give a temporary feeling of activity, but they cause health problems that may reach heart problems and definitely affect psychological and mental health by extension.

He concludes by saying: “Sports are an essential part of any diet, for the health of the body and mind… which is confirmed by the famous saying thousands of years ago (a healthy mind resides in a healthy body)”.

To improve your mood.. Nutritional tips essential for your mental health

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2021-09-13

It is usually linked – in nutritional advice – between the nature of the diet and health and physical safety, but there are necessary foods that must be placed on the diet table in view of their benefits for “mental and psychological health” mainly.

In detail, experts and specialists highlighted the importance of these healthy diets, not only for a “healthy body” but also for a “healthy mind” and a stable psychological state, and they put together a list of the most prominent natural foods that play an important role in improving mental and psychological health, and advised them Within the diet, along with exercise, according to Sky News Arabia.

The nutrition expert, Dr. Linda Gad Al-Haq, identifies the most prominent natural foods that improve the “mood”, on top of which is the meat of “turkey”, and “ricotta” cheeses, as well as bananas, boiled potatoes and sweet potatoes, in addition to barley, chamomile, anise and cocoa (because Being rich in magnesium), all of which help improve mood and mental health.

Regarding mental health, Jad Al-Haq notes that there are two main factors in improving memory in particular. The first is foods that contain omega-3, and the second is foods that contain iron.

As for omega-3, the expert advises eating tuna, salmon and mackerel, as well as hot oil and nuts (especially walnuts).

At the same time, the nutritionist pointed out that “anemia” is a disease that causes memory problems, and therefore advises eating iron-rich foods, such as “liver”, including chicken liver, in addition to meat and dates.

Nutrition experts agree on what food plays as a key component of the mental health of young men and women. This was also supported by evidence in a recent scientific study, which found a direct link between healthy diets and mental health.

According to researchers at Binghamton University in the United States, eating breakfast daily, engaging in moderate exercise more frequently, and reducing consumption of junk food and caffeine, led to an improvement in the mental health of young women. For mature women, the same is applied with the addition of eating large amounts of fruit daily.

In young people, daily exercise combined with consumption of dairy and meat leads to increased mental health, along with decreased intake of junk food and caffeine.

The same applies to mature men who eat an extra amount of nuts per day, according to the results of the 5-year study (in which the dietary and exercise patterns of 2,600 participants were studied), and published in the scientific journal Nutrients.

Consultant of Clinical Nutrition and Obesity, Dr. Hani Jubran, in turn, develops a “recipe” for the most prominent natural foods essential, not only to enjoy a healthy and healthy body, but also to support mental health, including stimulating memory and maintaining physical activity.

The recipe includes meat, fish, eggs and dairy products in general, in addition to white honey, as well as fruits, in addition to exercising regularly, and reducing caffeine in particular.

Gibran points out that eating a healthy diet improves mood, which in turn supports mental health, especially for young men and women, and infers that there are foods associated with giving a feeling of happiness and resisting depression.

He particularly stresses the importance of “breakfast” as an indispensable basis, which is important to contain integrated nutrients, such as eating pieces of brown bread with eggs and natural orange juice, and it is advised in this context to significantly reduce caffeine and fast food, which is What did the aforementioned study lead to?

The consultant adds to this the “energy drinks” that many young people are accustomed to, as they are rich in sugars and caffeine, and can give a temporary feeling of activity, but they cause health problems that may reach heart problems and definitely affect psychological and mental health by extension.

He concludes by saying: “Sports are an essential part of any diet, for the health of the body and mind… which is confirmed by the famous saying thousands of years ago (a healthy mind resides in a healthy body)”.

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Experts stress the importance of breakfast and exercise

To improve your mood.. Nutritional tips essential for your mental health

It is usually linked – in nutritional advice – between the nature of the diet and health and physical safety, but there are necessary foods that must be placed on the diet table in view of their benefits for “mental and psychological health” mainly.

In detail, experts and specialists highlighted the importance of these healthy diets, not only for a “healthy body” but also for a “healthy mind” and a stable psychological state, and they put together a list of the most prominent natural foods that play an important role in improving mental and psychological health, and advised them Within the diet, along with exercise, according to Sky News Arabia.

The nutrition expert, Dr. Linda Gad Al-Haq, identifies the most prominent natural foods that improve the “mood”, on top of which is the meat of “turkey”, and “ricotta” cheeses, as well as bananas, boiled potatoes and sweet potatoes, in addition to barley, chamomile, anise and cocoa (because Being rich in magnesium), all of which help improve mood and mental health.

Regarding mental health, Jad Al-Haq notes that there are two main factors in improving memory in particular. The first is foods that contain omega-3, and the second is foods that contain iron.

As for omega-3, the expert advises eating tuna, salmon and mackerel, as well as hot oil and nuts (especially walnuts).

At the same time, the nutritionist pointed out that “anemia” is a disease that causes memory problems, and therefore advises eating iron-rich foods, such as “liver”, including chicken liver, in addition to meat and dates.

Nutrition experts agree on what food plays as a key component of the mental health of young men and women. This was also supported by evidence in a recent scientific study, which found a direct link between healthy diets and mental health.

According to researchers at Binghamton University in the United States, eating breakfast daily, engaging in moderate exercise more frequently, and reducing consumption of junk food and caffeine, led to an improvement in the mental health of young women. For mature women, the same is applied with the addition of eating large amounts of fruit daily.

In young people, daily exercise combined with consumption of dairy and meat leads to increased mental health, along with decreased intake of junk food and caffeine.

The same applies to mature men who eat an extra amount of nuts per day, according to the results of the 5-year study (in which the dietary and exercise patterns of 2,600 participants were studied), and published in the scientific journal Nutrients.

Consultant of Clinical Nutrition and Obesity, Dr. Hani Jubran, in turn, develops a “recipe” for the most prominent natural foods essential, not only to enjoy a healthy and healthy body, but also to support mental health, including stimulating memory and maintaining physical activity.

The recipe includes meat, fish, eggs and dairy products in general, in addition to white honey, as well as fruits, in addition to exercising regularly, and reducing caffeine in particular.

Gibran points out that eating a healthy diet improves mood, which in turn supports mental health, especially for young men and women, and infers that there are foods associated with giving a feeling of happiness and resisting depression.

He particularly stresses the importance of “breakfast” as an indispensable basis, which is important to contain integrated nutrients, such as eating pieces of brown bread with eggs and natural orange juice, and it is advised in this context to significantly reduce caffeine and fast food, which is What did the aforementioned study lead to?

The consultant adds to this the “energy drinks” that many young people are accustomed to, as they are rich in sugars and caffeine, and can give a temporary feeling of activity, but they cause health problems that may reach heart problems and definitely affect psychological and mental health by extension.

He concludes by saying: “Sports are an essential part of any diet, for the health of the body and mind… which is confirmed by the famous saying thousands of years ago (a healthy mind resides in a healthy body)”.

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