Mood Food secrets
Are you furious about something? Then eat foods with lots of crunch when you bite into them, such as crispbread. It alleviates tension and calms you down.
Mood Food menu
Prawns ”teriyaki“ with pointed cabbage and coriander cream
Due to its essential oils, coriander is a herbal mood lifter.
Beef carpaccio with Ras-el-Hanout lentils and oyster mushrooms
Iron deficiency not only causes fatigue, but also makes us feel sad, lethargic and depressed. Beef carpaccio helps to prevent this.
Fillet of lamb with aubergines and mint-curry yoghurt
The lactose in yoghurt is broken down slowly, which ensures an optimum supply of carbohydrates to the brain. Calcium also plays an important role in neurotransmission.
Grapefruit-tapioca salad with saffron foam and cinnamon ice cream
Saffron has a calming and analgesic effect and also helps us fall asleep more easily. It can also prevent digestive problems caused by stress.
Iced cranberry-coffee infusion with orange
Even in small doses, coffee enhances our mood, attention and concentration.
Vanilla-cocoa chip-yoghurt smoothie
Stress can damage the good bacteria in the intestine. Yoghurt stimulates the reproduction of these bacteria and helps against digestive problems. In addition, the calcium found in dairy products promotes steady nerves.
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