11 February 2021

Knowing what foods we should and shouldn’t be eating can be really confusing, especially when it feels like the advice changes regularly.

However, evidence suggests that as well as affecting our physical health, what we eat may also affect the way we feel.

Improving your diet may help to:

  • Improve your mood
  • Give you more energy
  • Help you think more clearly.

Here is are some good tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSHO9VdVRfg&t=3s

  1. Eat regularly
  2. Stay hydrated
  3. Get your 5 a day
  4. Look after your gut
  5. Eat enough protein
  6. Manage your caffeine
  7. Eat the right fats

For further information:

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/food-and-mood/about-food-and-mood/

For further advice and support, there are many useful links on our website.

https://www.lythamhigh.lancs.sch.uk/parents/support-for-parents-carers-and-students-during-coronavirus/health-advice-and-emotional-wellbeing-support-for-all

 

 

 

Here is are some good tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSHO9VdVRfg&t=3s

  1. Eat regularly
  2. Stay hydrated
  3. Get your 5 a day
  4. Look after your gut
  5. Eat enough protein
  6. Manage your caffeine
  7. Eat the right fats

For further information

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/food-and-mood/about-food-and-mood/

For further advice and support, there are many useful links on our website

https://www.lythamhigh.lancs.sch.uk/parents/support-for-parents-carers-and-students-during-coronavirus/health-advice-and-emotional-wellbeing-support-for-all