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Every once in a while a bad mood just happens. Environmental factors, work stress and relationships can be the cause, but the fact is that everyone just wakes up on the wrong side of the bed sometimes. When this occurs, try upping your intake of folic acid-rich foods, selenium and vitamin B12 to boost your mood.

These nutrients fight depression, anxiety and disorders of your central nervous system. On days when you’re gloomy, eating foods like beans, asparagus, tuna fish, poultry, eggs, spinach and other leafy greens will stimulate your serotonin levels and help to keep you calm, relaxed and content. For a few great good mood food recipes, check out this blog.

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