World Mental Health Day 2022:
Foods To Help Teenagers Stay Mentally Healthy
STOP EATING THAT TRASH:
It's common knowledge that meals heavy in salt and sugar are bad for you.
Support digestive health by eating yoghurt, idly, and fermented dhokla, all of which are high in probiotic bacteria.
Salmon, mackerel, chia seeds, flax seeds, walnuts, and other nuts and seeds are all excellent sources of omega-3.
Anxiety, despair, and erratic mood swings have all been related to insufficient vitamin D levels.
ASSERT YOUR FORCE:
Iron may be found in meals including meat, fish, poultry, green leafy vegetables, dried apricots, and guavas.
MOTIVATION and general well-being may be improved via regular exercise.
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