Be Happy the Healthy Way - Happy HO

healthyThere are some foods which are good for our taste buds and we just love to have them. We are tempted to have them, and get a momentary high by consuming them.  There is no harm in occasional intake of these foods, but eating them should not become a practice.
It is important to have the foods that not only keep us healthy, but also have the power to make us happier people who do not go off balance when faced with small challenges in life. These foods are not instant mood lifters but have a long lasting effect on our happiness quotient.
Here are Happy Ho recommendations:
Green vegetables: Green vegetables make us feel better. They play an important role in converting tryptophan and tyrosine amino acids to serotonin and dopamine – the neurotransmitters responsible for making us feel happy.
Nuts & seeds: Almonds, which contain zinc (which helps n maintaining a balanced mood), iron (which reduces brain fatigue) and healthy fats (which work towards reducing  anxiety).
Whileflax/chia/hemp/pumpkin seeds and walnuts are great sources of mood-boosting omega-3s, cashews have been shown to provide the equivalent effects as a therapeutic dose of Prozac as they are the highest natural sources of tryptophan and help in keeping us stress free. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
Fish: A rich source of omega-3 essential fatty acids Fish is a perfect good mood food for non-vegetarians. It is high in docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which enables membrane fluidity in the brain to allow maximum neurotransmitter function.  With omega-3s being great at reducing inflammation in the body (a big cause of mood swings), it brightens mood and improve cognitive function. Sea fish is far more beneficial than fresh water fish.
Bananas: Full of energy, fibre, vitamin B6, tryptophan, iron, magnesium and potassium bananas work fast in lifting our mood. It is said that one banana a day woks well as a stress reducer.
Spirulina: Known as one of the most nutritious foods, spirulina contains 60-70 percent protein, is high in iron, B vitamins, tryptophan and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. And as it also contains calcium, magnesium, folic acid, vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K and antioxidants, the happiness impact of spirulina cannot be undermined.