Need a Mood Boost? Try These 8 Healthy Foods

When you're feeling low, these 8 healthy, mood-boosting foods can lift your spirits and improve your energy. Ready to discover them all? Let's go!



When the stream of energy from sugars is not balanced by fibres, you get moods swings. So, stock up on high-fibre foods like bananas!



Nuts are a healthy and nutritious snack that's also good for your mood — especially omega-3-rich walnuts and selenium-packed brazil nuts.

Recipe Idea #1

These easy flapjacks pair bananas with nut butter for a healthy snack that will get you in a good mood. Find the recipe below!

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Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate triggers a cascade of feel-good chemicals in your brain, boosting your mood and easing stress. Choose 80%+ dark chocolate for maximum benefits!



Your gut health and brain health are tightly linked. Eating probiotic-rich foods like yogurt is key to a happier gut, and a happier you!

Recipe Idea #2

Layer yogurt, dark chocolate muesli, and cherry puree in a delicious parfait for an easy mood-boosting breakfast. Swipe up and try it today!



Oats are a whole grain, rich in fibres and complex carbs. They also contain tryptophan, an amino acid the brain converts into serotonin, which makes you feel happy.



Seeds like chia, flax, and pumpkin seeds contain some of the best nutrients for a good mood, including omega-3, tryptophan, and proteins.

Recipe Idea #3

This easy breakfast smoothie features an awesome blend of mood-boosting foods, including oats and chia seeds. Try it and you'll start the day with a smile!


Green Tea

Green tea has the perfect balance of energising caffeine and calming L-theanine. So, sip a cup when you need to destress and yet feel productive.


Soy Products

Soy products are a powerhouse of nutrients, many of which are great mood boosters. And if you opt for fermented tempeh you'll make your gut happier too.

Recipe Idea #4

Here's another happiness smoothie you should try, made with energising matcha green tea powder plus soy yogurt for a kick of nutrients.

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