Balance your brain chemistry with the right foods at the right times, and bad moods will be a thing of the past

WE ALL HAVE OUR CRABBY DAYS. Sometimes you can blame it on the weather (too rainy, too hot, too cold) or your boss (yes, you have to stay late again) or even your dry cleaner (that stain is…still…there). But there are other times when your bad mood seems to strike from nowhere — and suddenly, for no reason, you're snapping at the first unsuspecting person to cross your path. Are you crazy? Probably not. More likely, you're just hungry. For the right foods, that is.

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