Best Foods to Eat for Your Mood—and a Few Bad Ones
Spinach, turkey, and walnuts top the list, while cupcakes and caffeine are among the worst for your mood
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As Virginia Woolf once said, "One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well." Indeed, what we eat (and drink) affects more than just our waistline and cholesterol numbers. Even small choices, like what kind of lunch meat you slap on your sandwich each day, could influence your disposition. Here's a roundup of mood-boosting foods—along with some mood busters to keep off your plate.
Mood booster: Seafood