How Food Affects Mood

Certain foods put you into certain moods. Conversely, certain moods push you to eat certain foods. Cover Image: Dasha Petrenko/Shutterstock

What You Eat, How You Feel

By Gary L. Wenk Ph.D.

A poor diet that was high in saturate fats and caloric levels lead to depression.

Why We Like (Or Don't Like) Comfort Foods

By Vinita Mehta Ph.D., Ed.M.

Stress affects your diet — but a new study finds that there's more to the story

The Farmers Market as Mood Enhancer

By John S Allen Ph.D.

Reasons why shopping at the farmers market makes people feel better

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