According to a recent study, eating foods in Omega-3 fatty acids may improve mood:
While additional research needs to be done to prove definitively omega-3s’ impact on different psychiatric disorders, some psychiatrists are now feeling confident enough to recommend that their depressed patients increase their consumption of these fatty acids. So, what are the best sources for omega-3s, and how much is needed to make a difference?
The best source for omega-3s is any type of seafood — including salmon, lobster and shrimp. For people who find seafood a bit fishy, walnuts and olive oil are also good sources for the fatty acid. […]
Hmm, I need to go to Sam’s Club this weekend anyhow to stock up on groceries, so maybe I should look into their fish entrees (instead of my usual chicken).