Food for Mood! Binge on THESE superfoods and boost your happiness

Everything around has become monotonous and that is why we have started experiencing frequent mood swings. To deals with the fluctuating moods here are a few superfoods which you can eat and feel healthier and happier.

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The second wave of the pandemic has put a complete brake on our social life once again and has started affecting our mental health. Everything around has become monotonous and that is why we have started experiencing frequent mood swings. Sometimes it feels like the mind and body are not in sync. The body wants to chill but the brain knows the amount of work you have to do. Fortunately, there are a lot of foods that can improve your mood if feeling low. Here are a few healthy superfoods that can help you feel happier.

Dark chocolate

Eating dark chocolate can elevate your mood and make you feel more harmonious and happier. It stimulates the production of endorphins which are the elements in our brain that create emotions of pleasure.

Green Tea

A cup of green tea holds naturally occurring caffeine which not only helps in boosting mood but also improves physical health. As per scientists, the epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), found in green tea has been linked to enhancements in the mood.


Eggs are loaded with mood-boosting omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, B vitamins, and iodide. As they're packed with protein, they'll also keep you full and energized for a longer time. Eggs also help in maintaining weight loss.  


Honey is packed with anti-inflammatory qualities and can help promote the distribution of serotonin and dopamine throughout the brain. It provides great benefits when it comes to physical health benefits including building boosting mental health and building a stronger immune system.


Drinking coconut water has an antidepressant effect which makes you feel happier. Fatty acids and coconut oil stimulate your body to burn fat and provide quick energy. Coconuts are rich in fibre, vitamin C and E and the amazing B vitamins B1, B3, B5 and B6

Olive Oil

Olive oil includes healthy fats which are more effective at improving the mood than unhealthy trans fats. Simply drizzling some olive oil on your salad can better your mood.


It is usually said that iron deficiency can sap your energy and make you feel exhausted and weak. Therefore one should focus on eating food that is rich in nutrients like spinach and other leafy vegetables. It contains magnesium, which positively impacts serotonin levels and boosts your mood