If you’re grumpier or sadder during the winter, you’re not alone. Danish scientists have found that in the month after the clocks go back there is an eight per cent rise in incidences of winter depression also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder.
The good news is, whether you suffer with low mood all year around or only as the winter sets in, there’s new scientific evidence that shows what you eat can substantially boost your mood.
The antidepressant food scale
In 2018 the link between food and mood was brought home in research published in the Journal of World Psychiatry which published an Antidepressant Food Scale. Scientists came up with a list of foods that ‘are the most dense sources…