It turns out that what you put in your grocery basket could be affecting the way you feel. Dr. Drew Ramsey, co-author of “The Happiness Diet” visits The Couch to talk good mood food.

When asked what sparked his interest in the food brain link, Ramsey said, “This is the best way for people to protect their brains. A slew of data has been coming out saying how we eat affects your risk of getting depressed, anxious. And so it just seemed like a natural fit: Let’s help patients, everybody out there, armor-up your brain with great food.”

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Some “good mood food” includes:

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Farm fresh eggs
Cherry tomatoes
Dark chocolate
Red beans
Greek yogurt

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Do you eat good mood food? If not, will you now? Let us know below.