Look around you and you will note, that there are a few people around you who are always smiling. The worries of life do not seem to get them down, they are not the least bit moved by problems that do not mean anything. How do they do it? Well, it’s simple, the secret to happiness, can be the food you eat. Of course you have to work towards changing your attitude, but a lot of it also depends on the food that you eat.

Your diet can indeed help you stay in the best spirits and when you do follow a
diet that is healthy, it will indeed make you happy as well. Below are a few foods that you will find in a happy person’s diet! Make it a part of your diet too and see a great difference in how you feel!

Try and include as many green vegetables in your diet as you can. Collard Greens and Spinach are known to be a great source of Vitamin C and magnesium, which help in producing serotonin and dopamine in your body. These are neurotransmitters that help you feel happy and full of joy.!

Seeds and Nuts
Chia, flax, pumpkin seeds and walnuts are extremely rich in mood-boosting omega 3 fatty acids. Cashews too are a great and are known to be as therapeutic as a dose of Prozac.

You should also include almonds in your diet, as they are rich in zinc and iron, both of which help with getting rid of brain fatigue and the healthy fats found in it, help deal with rising levels of anxiety.

Blueberries / Acai Berries
Blueberries, also known as a superfood, is known worldover as the food that helps relieve angst. They are extremely rich in phytonutrients, stress reducing antioxidants and they help send happy messages to the brain. Acai berries too have the same effect on your mindset.

Full of energy and rich in Vitamin B6, iron, magnesium, tryptophan, potassium, it is a natural probiotic and is very high in fiber. It helps regulate blood sugar too! A single banana eaten as a mid morning snack, will help you sail through the day.

Foods that are rich in Vitamin D
Increasing the levels of Vitamin D in your body, can activate the production of Serotonin in your body. Include foods such as coconut milk, almond milk, oily fish and mushrooms in your diet to see positive effects.

The foods you eat can make an impact on the way you feel, so eat right and feel right. Try and get in touch with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist or speak with a Homeopath, to learn more.