In a Bad Mood? Avoid These 6 Ingredients!

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

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2. White Flour

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We’ve all heard that white flour is bad for us, and yet it still sneaks into many of our go-to products. Even if you manage to completely avoid white bread, you may be ingesting white flour that has been used as a thickener for soups or dressings.

The empty calories and high levels of glucose in white flour both cause intense mood swings as well as intense hunger pains since it doesn’t fill you up properly. Choose hearty whole grains instead, such as barley, millet, oatmeal, and quinoa.


3. Aspartame


Aspartame has become one of the popular sweeteners used in sugar-free products.

The bad news is that aspartame isn’t actually any better than sugar. Since our bodies aren’t meant to process chemicals, aspartame can cause headaches, digestive problems, and seizures.


Instead of using a substitute like aspartame, sweeten your food with organic, whole-food options, such as raw honey or coconut sugar.