12 Foods Happy People Eat


You know we’re always talking about the concept of ‘Food as Medicine’ here at Fallon Wellness.  We talk and blog about it because we truly believe that the food you eat can have a profound impact on your health and sense of well being.

If you want to be happy (and who doesn’t want to be happy), there are several categories of delicious and nutritious foods that you should consider making a part of your daily diet.  These foods are not only really good for you, but they have also been shown to improve your sense of well being and to be “soul -nurturing.”

The following article presents the case for the following:

1. Greens

2. Nuts and seed

3. Blueberries/Acai berries

4. Raw Cacao

5.  Foods high in Vitamin B

6. Fermented foods

7. Wild fish

8. Bananas

9. Foods high in Vitamin D

10. Complex carbs

11. Maca root

12. Spirulina

Check out the following article for greater detail, and start enjoying the foods that happy people eat!

12 Foods Happy People Eat.

Be well.


Michael Lenz RPh, is a partner in Fallon Wellness Pharmacy of Saratoga.  He has over 15 years experience in custom compounding.  Michael has received extensive training in Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) and Adrenal Fatigue.  He is an advocate for healthy eating and proper nutritional supplementation, and speaks frequently on the subjects of hormone health, nutrition and wellness.  Michael is a Primal Blueprint Certified Expert, and  is currently enrolled in the Institute For Functional Medicine’s Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner Program.  He lives in Saratoga Springs, NY with his wife and 4 children.


source: foodmatters.tv


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