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Bright Skies Newsletter #3-These little guys can boost your mood.
March 14, 2017
Here's What You'll Find in This Edition:
1. This month's quote by Robert Urich
2. In the News: Gut Bacteria Impacts Your Mood
3. Foods that Boost Mood
4. Healthy Mood Probiotic Drink Recipe
5. Bonus Reads
6. Laugh a little
7. You May Be Interested In...
8. Join in on the discussion
This month's quote is by Robert Urich
In the News: Bacteria Impacts Your MoodWe spend a lot of money and time ridding our lives of bacteria. But as it turns out, bacteria is a vital ingredient for good mental health.
No, I'm not talking about bacteria from dirty, unwashed hands. I'm talking about the trillions of good bacteria taking up residence in our intestines.
These little guys are vital for healthy digestion and plays a vital role in regulating mood from day to day.
In this study, anxiety-prone mice found their Zen after receiving a certain bacteria similar to that found in yogurt.
Plus, these mice had higher levels of GABA, a brain chemical that impacts mood.
Foods that Boost Mood
Foods rich in good bacteria include:
2. Fermented vegetables like Kimchi and Sauerkraut
Both are basically fermented cabbage. Kimci is a spicy Korean fermented cabbage dish.
Sauerkraut is a German dish made of fermented cabbage. Both are rich in good bacteria.
**Hey, if you're interested in whipping up some Kimchi you may want to
3. Miso Soup-make from fermented soybeans
4. Kombucha Tea-a fermented black tea
Probiotic supplemnents are a quick and convenient way to populate your gut with good bacteria.
Choose a high quality probiotic supplement with at least 10 billion cultures.
Easy Probiotic Drink Recipe
You can eat any, or all, of the foods mentioned above or take probiotic supplements to populate your gut with healthy mood stabilizing bacteria.
But maybe you wanna try something else. What about this tasty probiotic drink? Click on the image below to get started!
Bonus Reads: Gut Health & Mood
Laugh a Little
You may be interested in...
Your brain thrives on foods that provide vitamins, minerals and other compounds that positively affect brain chemistry and help you fight anxiety and depression. Click the image to read more.
When I started my journey to overcome my anxiety and depression, I knew natural remedies were the direction I wanted to go in.
After doing some research, I was led to these natural anti-anxiety remedies. Click the image below to read more.
Hey, what would you like to see in this newsletter?
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Join in on the discussion...
See what women have to say on how depression has impacted their lives.
I really look forward to sending you the next edition of this newsletter.
Talk to you then.
Brighter Skies are ahead,
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