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How to eat yourself happy

Lovefood Logo By Angela Dowden of Lovefood | Slide 1 of 25: As well as affecting our physical health, eating well can contribute hugely to having good mental health. Improving your diet may help to lift your mood and ease anxiety, give you mental resilience and help you think more clearly. And if you get the basics right most of the time, you can enjoy a little bit of what you fancy too. Here, loveFOOD's nutritionist Angela Dowden takes us through the foods and diets that can help, or hinder, your mental wellbeing.

Good mood food

As well as affecting our physical health, eating well can contribute hugely to having good mental health. Improving your diet may help to lift your mood and ease anxiety, give you mental resilience and help you think more clearly. And if you get the basics right most of the time, you can enjoy a little bit of what you fancy too. Here, loveFOOD's nutritionist Angela Dowden takes us through the foods and diets that can help, or hinder, your mental wellbeing.

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