How Your Diet Affects Your Mental Health

1. “You are what you eat”

2. Good food — good mood

  • Zinc: pulses and cereals, soybeans, red meat, poultry, milk products and eggs
  • Magnesium: nuts, potatoes, wholemeal bread, pulses, broccoli and brown rice
  • Omega 3: linseeds & linseeds oil, soya oil, rapeseed oil, chia seeds and walnuts
  • Iron: oat flakes, soybeans, lentils, sesame, quinoa and green vegetables
  • Vitamin B&D: fish, meat, cheese, nuts, green vegetables and whole-grain products
  • Amino acids: spinach and other green leafy vegetables, broccoli, beans, sesame and soybeans
  • Healthy fats: walnuts, eggs, avocado, olive oil, salmon, cheese and linseeds

3. Healthy lifestyle at work

  • Sweet potatoes: a good source of most of our B vitamins and vitamin C & magnesium
  • Mushrooms: rich in B vitamins + vitamin D
  • Baby Spinach: amino acids + vitamin B&D
  • Canned Lentils: iron & omega-3
  • Olive-oil: healthy fats & omega3
  • Smoked Salmon: rich in omega-3, vitamin B&D
  • Wakame: high in magnesium
  • Daikon: high in vitamin C
  • Sesame oil: rich in omega3
  • Edamame: a decent source of soy protein = iron & magnesium

4. Healthy Mind — Healthy Life

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We offer a food benefit program. Everyday, office workers pick their lunch on our platform and have it delivered from our kitchen, directly to their office.