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The liver heals the soul
Meat eaters should include beef liver in their diet. It contains vitamin B2 in abundance, which in combination with folic acid inhibits the formation of the hormone homocysteine. The more it is in the body, the stronger the causeless sadness and the desire to go into hibernation. The liver is rich in fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, K, as well as potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus and other essential trace elements. Such a healing recharge is a real gift for a weakened immune system in the autumn months. And it affects the work of internal organs in the most favorable way. The easiest way to keep the blues away from you is to eat at least 100 g of beef liver per day, supplementing it with a side dish of your favorite vegetables.
Fish in the sea of positive
Valuable omega-3 acids are a reliable ally in the fight against seasonal depression. They are indispensable for our body, because, among other things, they stimulate the brain and significantly improve mood. Omega-3 acids are abundant in oily fish and fish oils. By the way, recently scientists from Harvard University found that fish oil, hated by many since childhood, affects the nervous system as effectively as some antidepressants. This is not surprising, because fatty acids activate the production of serotonin, the well-known hormone of happiness. Well, Swedish scientists have found that seafood lovers are significantly less likely to suffer from mental illness. So eat your favorite fish and seafood as often as possible, and you will not be afraid of any depression.
The kindest soup
Beans are one of the healthiest legumes and also an excellent antidepressant. It contains a large amount of folic acid, a long-term deficiency of which leads to emotional distress and mood swings. Beans have a calming effect, relieve stress and promote sound sleep. Bean soup with sausage is a powerful weapon against the autumn blues. Chop the vegetables for frying: two large carrots, a medium onion, and a few celery stalks. Saute them in a saucepan, add 300 g of boiled sausage and 2 cloves of garlic. After 5 minutes, pour in a glass of dry white wine, 500 ml of water and bring to a boil. Then pour 800 g of white beans in our own juice and half of the chopped head of white cabbage. Cook for 25 minutes, at the end add salt and spices to taste - the soup, charged with positive, is ready.
Breakfast in a good mood
Spinach has many beneficial properties, the most valuable of which is its ability to improve mood in the fall. The secret lies in the same folic acid and the desired hormones of happiness, produced with its help. Spinach leaves are rich in magnesium, which is good for the heart and tones up muscle tissue. You can eat spinach in any form, for example, make a vitamin omelet. Fry the whole spinach leaves in a skillet for a few seconds, so that they slightly wilt. Then we cover the baking dish with them, make a small depression and break the egg. Gently spread sour cream around it on spinach and send it to an oven preheated to 200 degrees for 10-12 minutes. When the protein has set, and the yolk is still watery, you can remove the omelet from the oven and start breakfast.
The cure for boredom
Those who do not plan to stay all autumn in hopeless despondency should stock up on nuts. They contain complex carbohydrates that are extremely beneficial for the brain and nervous system. They are also rich in selenium, a mineral that contributes, in particular, to a great mood. Since the body gradually loses selenium with aging, nuts are shown first of all for older people over the age of 60. Almonds contain shock doses of vitamin B6, which converts dietary tryptophan into serotonin. Peanuts are considered an equally effective antidepressant. It blocks the stress hormone cortisol, thereby keeping the body in good shape and improving well-being. The autumn blues will not have a chance if you eat 100-150 g of these nuts per week. It is best to dry them lightly in the oven, without adding oil, salt, sugar or any seasonings.
Without fruit, the list of natural antidepressants would be incomplete. Years of research confirm that red foods, which include orange and grapefruit, have powerful therapeutic effects. They fill the body with vigor, and give the immune system the desired vitamin C. In addition, the aroma of citrus fruits has a tonic effect and awakens positive emotions. Banana also has a positive effect on our mood. The reason for this is the rich content of vitamins A, K, B6, as well as complex carbohydrates. They increase blood glucose levels, and with it our mood. These fruits are useful to eat both fresh and in the form of vitamin smoothies.
We hope these simple recommendations will help you adjust your autumn diet, say goodbye to gloomy moods and other worries for a long time. And you can also share your own secrets of dealing with the autumn blues.