I'm A Neurologist: People With Anxiety Should Follow These 3 Food Rules

I recently read an interesting article on Mind Body Green recommending Ayurvedic eating strategies to improve mood. I was intrigued by the idea that seemingly small changes to our diet can have a large impact on our mental well-being. I’m not sure if I’m brave enough to try it, but I’m definitely interested in learning more about the science behind it. From what I read, the article suggested eating smaller meals more frequently, eating warm and cooked foods, eating a variety of different tastes, and drinking plenty of water. I think these are all great tips, and I’m curious to know if anyone else has tried this approach and experienced improved wellbeing?


I recently tried implementing some of the ayurvedic eating strategies myself and noticed a difference in my mood right away. I was especially surprised at how much I could feel when I ate warm and cooked meals that focused on different tastes, versus any other way I had been eating before. It can be hard to build new habits so quickly, but it was definitely worth doing as it really had an impact on my mental wellbeing. I’m really interested to hear from others here who may have experience with ayurvedic eating strategies. Do you have any tips or advice for those looking to get more out of this approach?

As a 36-year-old man, I think the recommendations from this article are fascinating. I believe there is scientific evidence to back up the idea that specific changes in diet can have an effect on our mental health. From my research, it seems like the Ayurvedic approach recommends focusing on small but meaningful adjustments to stimulate balance in your life. This could be anything from eating warm food, smaller meals more often and drinking plenty of water.

I’m thinking about giving this a try and seeing how it impacts my mood. I’m grateful for the advice offered by Mind Body Green and would love to hear if anyone else has had success using this strategy? Do you have any other tips or advice?

I’m also interested in finding out more about Ayurvedic eating strategies for mental health. I think the idea of using diet to positively influence our well-being is really intriguing. One thing that stood out to me from the article was the suggestion to eat warm and cooked food, something that I rarely think about. I’d love to learn more about what other people have found works for them and how they incorporate these ideas into their daily lifestyle.

It’s definitely a challenge to make changes like this, or even just make time for ourselves in general, so it would be helpful to hear other people’s experiences and tips. Maybe someone here has taken steps towards changing their diet in ways that have made an impact on their mental health?

I think the article is really interesting, and I definitely like the idea of making dietary changes to improve our mental well-being. I’m glad you posted this as it makes me feel more comfortable dealing with these small steps in improving mental health. I haven’t yet tried the Ayurvedic eating strategies mentioned in the article just yet, but I’m interested in hearing other people’s experiences with it and whether they noticed any improvements in their mood. Have you had any successes or difficulties when trying it out? What tips can you share about balancing the tastes and sticking to set meal times?

Hey, that article sounds really interesting! I’ve never tried Ayurvedic eating strategies myself, but I’ve heard good things about it. Making small changes to my diet to improve mental well-being definitely seems worth a shot. Eating warm and cooked foods, drinking plenty of water, and varying tastes sounds pretty doable. I’ll have to give it a try. Have you started incorporating any of these tips into your diet yet? I’d love to hear about your experience if you have!

Hey, I read that article too and thought it was so interesting! I’ve been trying out some of those Ayurvedic eating strategies and I have to say, I’ve noticed a positive change in my mood. Eating warm, cooked foods and mixing up the tastes has been fun and it really does seem to make a difference. I totally get where you’re coming from about being unsure if you want to give it a try, but it might be worth experimenting with a few of the tips and seeing how you feel. It’s all about finding what works for you, right? I’d say go for it and see if you notice any improvements. And if you do decide to give it a go, let us know how it goes! I’m rooting for you!