Learn which foods can boost your mood with the Doctors.
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Male Speaker1: So everything we do, each and every day really can affect our mind set, negativity versus positivity. We probably, one thing we touch upon the most on this show is, often times how food can affect our mood. Usually, we are talking about if you eat the wrong things, it makes you feel depressed, it makes you feel bad, it makes you feel like you want to do nothing other than sit on the couch. But what if have told you there are such a thing as happiness foods and how about this, sniffing certain foods with a compound called linolol actually may be boost your happiness and it is actually found in certain plants, flowers, some of these foods, lemons, oranges, and just sniffing apparently can -- Male Speaker2: Let me try it, I am in a really bad mood right now. Male speaker3: That smell is such a powerful sense, try it. You need some happiness here but we know that smell is such a powerful sense, what we call visceral sense right? That stimulates our gut visceral, but there is something to it. Lisa Masterson: Yeah! I like this mango, it is making me. Male Speaker4: And for a long time of Japanese have known this. They can say this is an anxiolytic which is --- it is antianxiety, and they have known this. And now we are getting more research saying, that actually some of these natural chemicals in plants. As you see in vegetables, they actually can boost your mood up. Male Speaker1: Sometime you might buzz through what you are eating so quickly, you forget to appreciate how wonderful it is. The texture for an orange, the smell, the color. Lisa Masterson: That I like to appreciate on Sunday, everyone. Males Speaker: That's lot of things -- Lisa Masterson: Handy as well as liquorish -- Male speaker1: But there is a real -- studies do shows there is a true connection between food -- what we eat, how much we eat and how happiness and it is interesting that people also talk about the balance of life.
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