Bipolar and Mental Illnesses are written about here. Written by a bipolar person themselves.

Eat Away Your Anger

“Ever wonder which foods are best for reducing anger? Freeing inhibitions? Fighting anxiety and sadness? Food & Life prescribes the following…”

Food That Help Reduce Anger

Mollusks, oysters, clams, scallops, mussels; grains (sweet rice); vegetables (fennel, celery — also useful for high blood pressure — purple cabbage); black berries, black soy beans; mung beans; pecans, hazelnuts and coconuts; certain fish (carp, freshwater eels, sardines, herring, anchovies); egg whites (they may be added to soup); black sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and flaxseeds.”


Foods To Fight Anxiety And Sadness

“Radish, turnips, lotus root, carrots, certain fruits (orange, pear—especially Asian pear— quince, persimmon, almonds, pine nuts), small white beans, millet, trout and carp, sea bass.”


Foods To Fight Fear

Certain vegetables (zucchini, endive), mushrooms, seaweed, certain fruits (chestnuts, melon, watermelon, tropical fruits), legumes (black beans, black-eyes peas), shellfish, mussels, certain fish (catfish, shark, grouper), sesame seeds.”


Foods For Fighting The Cold Or Overcoming Pain

“(For instance, menstrual cramps): strong-flavored vegetables (garlic, onions, green onions), aromatic herbs, (parsley, chives), certain fruits (plums, cherries)”





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Comments on: "Can You Curb Anger???" (2)

  1. Cool post ! Cheers for, writing on my blog page mate! I will email you some time! I did not realise that.

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  2. I constantly spent my half an hour to read this website’s articles or reviews all the time along with a mug of coffee.

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