Food-mood connections have little scientific support

11/8/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Science has debunked many commonly held beliefs about how food affects mood, including the idea that sugar makes children hyperactive and carbohydrate snacks make people calmer and happier. However, experts say that simply believing something may boost mental health could be the best shot at a food-mind connection.

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