This resulted in an appearance of upmost health but internal feelings of depression. Itwas when Donna began the practice of yoga that she paid more attention to her health.She began to read more books, watch more shows, and do research on healthier waysof living. What she discovered was it was the type of foods that she was consuming thatresulted in her years of suffering. She began to keep a journal of the foods she ate andlog her amount of energy throughout the day. She quickly discovered what types of foods affected her negatively and positively (Marguglio).Like Ms. Margulio we all need to take account to the foods we put into our bodies. One might think
so what if I am in a bad mood every now and a then, everyonegoes through it.
But ones mood is a bit more complex than a good or bad day or smileand a frown. According to nutritionist-author Nora Gedgaudas emotions are depicters or
products of one’s health. "Emotions are biochemical storms in the body and brain," she
says, "The healthier your biochemistry, of course, the better the emotional and also thecognitive forecast" (Nisbet). According to an article from ABC news
You Feel What You Eat
“The most effective way to stabilize mood is to eat a balanced diet of protein,
carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables, and limit sugar, fat, and alcohol. Coupled withexercise, this regime will keep levels of endorphins, the brain's feel-good chemicals,steady
When it comes to one’s health
, know when to get help. There are types of depression that are indeed a result of bad nutrition and poor lifestyles, which can betreated with a change in diet and physical activity. Then there is the type of depressionthat results from a traumatic experience. Ms. Gedgaudas stresses that "Good nutritionwould not immunize anyone against the impact of, say, a sexual assault," she says.