Friday, 20 January 2012
Eat tuna; Feel happier
The University of Bristol Children of the 90s research study has found something fascinating; that children who have more vitamin D could reduce their risk of depression in teenage and adult years.
Those of us interested in helping keep our mood elevated have known for quite some time that sunlight and foods like tuna can help with depression; but this study is even more exciting because it suggests that feeding our children tuna might help them cope with mood instability in their later years.
What an easy thing to do, feed your child tuna once or twice a week. The benefits on brain power and concentration and heart disease and other health areas have been known for years, this is just one more reason to do it.
Yes Rachel, of course you can have tuna sandwiches again.