Eat This, Not That: Dinner Tips for a Better Mood

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On “What’s Trending”, hosts Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest therapist Ryan Heapy discuss new research suggesting that what we eat for dinner plays a role in depression risk.

Dinner Choices Matter

Eating nutritious proteins and healthy carbs for dinner may help lower your risk of depression, while junk food at night can worsen your mood.

How Timing Impacts You

Your body processes food differently at night, so prioritize healthy dinner choices to avoid negatively impacting your sleep and overall well-being.

Nutrition Supports Mental Well-Being

A balanced diet with healthy proteins and limited carbs can improve your energy levels, mental clarity, and overall mood.

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