I say I love coffee – but am I in fact, addicted to it? Maybe it’s time to give the likes of Starbucks and Costa Coffee a wide berth.
We often don’t realise that eating and drinking certain things over and over can have an adverse effect on our health and wellbeing – the symptoms can be quite insidious – after all, doctors themselves have a hard time pinpointing what exactly causes anxiety, fatigue, allergies, depression and goodness knows what else – often just treating the symptoms, and not actually tackling the causes of these labels.
It makes sense though to look at the diet: caffeine, alcohol, sugar, (bad) fats, as well as drugs and tobacco are just not very useful for the body over the long run. While the body is very intelligent and cells will turn almost anything we eat and drink into fuel for the body, not all fuel is created equal.
A few changes in the diet can make a big difference, as well as including some regular exercise, sun and laughter in your life.
Here’s a website that says it all: Top Five Foods for Beating Depression