More than 10 million Americans are believed to suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
FORT LEE, New Jersey, (PRWEB) December 25, 2012
Just in time for the holidays, and more importantly the post-holiday season, ShedThoseLBS.com is offering up a menu of foods containing the vitamins and nutrients that have been found to combat seasonal affective disorder (SAD) while keeping an eye on the scale.
More than 10 million Americans are believed to suffer from seasonal affective disorder, a mood disorder common in winter months when most of the population is suffering from a decrease in serotonin production. Serotonin is a naturally occurring chemical in the brain that affects mood, and a decrease in serotonin often indicates a vitamin D deficiency. Since the sun is the most common source of natural vitamin D, most peoples’ reserves run low in winter when sunshine is diminished. When people do not get enough sun to maintain the body’s vitamin D reserves, they must tap the next best source: foods rich in vitamin D.
ShedThoseLBS.com, a subsidiary of Marble Media LLC, has compiled a few great options for vitamin D-rich foods that may help to increase serotonin levels and provide a nutritious mood booster that won’t interfere with a weight loss or weight maintenance program. Just as important, the site offers some tips on what foods to avoid to keep weight loss on track and to stave off mood swings when the so-called “winter blues” begin to surface.
To check out the best food choices for combating SAD, and for more information on healthy living, visit the ShedThoseLBS.com website or email info(at)shedthoselbs(dot)com.
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