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When one experiences food cravings, the thoughts often associate the particular food as a reward of some sort, which often overrides the reward centre of the brain. This involves the activation of three specific parts of the brain; the hippocampus, the caudate, and the insula.

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Glutathione is one of the body’s most potent antioxidants and anti-carcinogens. It is present within every single cell that we have!

We can produce more of this beneficial compound by consuming foods rich in Glutathione, which include asparagus, avocados, and walnuts!

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Eating walnuts, pineapples, tomatoes, and bananas can all help to increase one’s mood. How? By increasing the amount of serotonin produced in the brain, which is our all-too-important feel good hormone!