Your Brain On Food

We’ve all heard, “you are what you eat”, but now Nutritional Psychology has scientifically proven “you act like what you eat”.

Our food intake directly affects our mood and behaviors.

Serotonin is produced in your gastrointestinal tract, so what you put in your stomach can impact your mood. That means that your diet can affect anxiety levels, mental outlook, and overall perception of stress is affected by how you nourish your body.

Studies show that whole foods, “traditional” diets, probiotics, and other “clean fuel” are some of the best eating choices you can make to manage your mood.

Learn more how “clean fuel can improve both body and mind.