Good food = happy life. Nourish body = calmness, energy, better mood. Food & mental health connected.
Maintaining a healthy body promotes high self-esteem and better mental health. Loving the skin we're in can make us happier!
Unhealthy food as a coping mechanism is a common issue. While it may provide comfort, it can become a negative habit.
Eating disorders affect mental health, common examples are anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating.
Food and behavior affect weight. Cognitive control needed. Change behavior, mindset, monitor. Brains hold power.
Whole foods can act as medicine for mental health. Oily fish, berries, yogurt, whole grains, leafy greens, nuts, and beans are examples.
Cravings for high-fat, high-sugar food are psychological. Caused by memory, hormones, emotions, and nutrient deficiency
Balanced food habits = balanced mental health. Moderation, variety, and trying new flavors create a healthy relationship with food
Marketing affects portion perception. Large portions mislead. Ads, plates, utensils, and prices affect cognition.
Food isn't just fuel, it's a psychological activity. Experts advise engaging body, heart, and soul - eating mindfully, and listening to your body