11. Ripe fresh fruits.
Especially citrus and blueberries, also young Thai coconuts, and Bananas.
Hit up the Asian market near you.
12. This is my kiddo. I am a proud mamma. We have been under a lot of stress as a family and my husband’s MS is a struggle as is my anxiety and hubby’s disability and depression. Thank you all for the kind words and recipes. Even the apple egg 🙂 love to all.
13. I got this answer from a friend, Spaghetti. They tell me spaghetti tastes 100x better when you’re sad.
Haven’t tested myself, but I trust them.
14. The “happy hormone” is most commonly found in chocolate and bananas. So chocolate & banana crepes would be amazing. –
15. Stew and dumplings is a good option.
16. Make a salad. Lettuce and tomato. Grill up some chicken and chop it up. Avocado for sure. Cucumber and whatever dressing you all like. Salt and pepper to finish it off. Yum.
17. Something with amino acids, zinc, iron, and B vitamins that they like might help. Hidden nutrient deficiencies are often a contributing factor to depression.
18. Mac n cheese.
19. I’m gonna guess you’re not usually the one cooking? Honestly, a nice slow cooker meal will help the house smell great! Also, very easy prep if you’re unfamiliar with cooking. I’d suggest something like pot roast: get a cheap roast (chuck is always tasty), potatoes, carrots, beef broth and throw them in the slow cooker. Super easy! You can always add more/different ingredients like mushrooms, onions, rosemary, etc if you want to get fancier.
20. Prozac pancakes.
21. Food can play a big part in depression. Focus on eating fatty fish, like salmon or albacore tuna, in place of red meat.
22. What about breakfast for dinner? It’s easy and everyone loves breakfast for dinner!
23. Most soups are pretty manageable, potato/chicken maybe.
24. Bacon and eggs… delicious anytime.
25. A good ol’ aussie meat pie.
this is an oddly specific question……?