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  1. Walnuts
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    These brain-shaped nuts contain super high levels of omega-3s fatty acids & magnesium, which are converted into the mood-influencing hormone serotonin.
  2. Dark Chocolate
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    Eating dark chocolate naturally raises your dopamine levels as well as fighting free radicals.
  3. Cherry Tomatoes
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    Lycopene promotes brain health by reducing brain inflammation commonly linked with depression.
  4. Bananas
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    Chock full of healthy carbohydrates and tryptophan, bananas are a great go-to snack to bump up your energy and serotonin levels.
  5. Avocado
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    Avocados are known for their vitamin B3 and omega-3 fatty acids, which are linked to serotonin-boosting effects and healthy brain function.
  6. Spinach
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    Dark leafy greens are packed with magnesium and phenylethylamine giving you a natural high (without any of the nasty side effects)
  7. Asparagus
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    Low levels of folate have been linked with depression, so replenish fallen levels with lots of bright green asparagus stalks.
  8. Coconut
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    Eating this hearty fruit promotes excess calorie burning and overall better moods.
  9. Blue Potatoes
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    Within these funny looking spuds lies amazing antioxidants (anthocyanins) that fight brain inflammation and memory loss.
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    Don't forget that sometimes when it comes to self-care, indulging every once in awhile is not only okay, but a necessity. After all, happiness is a balancing act.