Fruits and Vegetables are Good-Mood Food

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Hello I'm Dr. Oz, when it comes to eating foods and vegetables, it's not just about protecting yourself from disease and illness, eating more proteins can boost your mood, and how you feel about your life. Those problem is, only 14% of people eat even two servings of fruits, and three servings of vegetables a day.

That meal plan can't give you the super power you need to stay healthy, or happy. Poor nutrition not only puts you at risk to everything, from flu to cancer, and heart disease and diabetes, it also affects your emotional well-being too, what's the magic number? Seven, I study of 80, 000 people found that the more servings of fruits and veggies you eat, the better you'll feel about your life, and yourself, and the happiest people in a total of seven a day.

Why? It may be that nutrients in these foods boost mood enhancing brain chemicals. By eating more produce flatters inflammation producing sweets saturated and transpassed off your plate, that's good news too. I'm Dr. Oz, check out all of our smart tips, for more delicious ways to nourish your body