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28Oct

Nutritional Therapist

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Raising and supporting our happiness is one of the most important parts of sustainable wellbeing. Feeling good enables us to break through poor learned habits more easily and to reach higher levels of healing that are sustainable beyond.

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Choose to eat foods with the below nutrients, these support Serotonin production:

Vit B6, B9, C, D, Magnesium, Zinc, L-Theanine, Omega 3 fatty acids, Curcumin, Garcinia Cambogia, Rhodiola Rosea.

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Scientists estimate that 90% of serotonin is made in the gut, and imbalances in this peripheral serotonin have been linked to diseases ranging from irritable bowel syndrome and cardiovascular disease, to osteoporosis.

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Phytochemicals are known to help fight depression (found in Green Tea) also raising Serotonin.

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Cleansing promotes a better environment to create Serotonin (Probiotics & cleansing with Wheatgrass or Micro Algae).

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Make time for laughter and things you enjoy, as this promotes Oxytocin and Dopamine release.

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Exercise is especially effective for raising our Endorphin levels.

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Incorporating these habits into your lifestyle regularly will reinforce to feel good more often, it will make it easier to take your healing to another level.

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Helen Barnshaw

Naturopathic NutritionistEmpowering men & women to heal from stress & disease through tailored whole foods & lifestyle changes1-2-1 consultations

One Response to Ways to raise your Serotonin and feel good hormones for powerful healing and sustained happiness

  1. Another lovely piece, why shouldn’t we support our own happiness, we all know how good it feels when we are happy why don’t we do it more? Thank you Helen!

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