What you should eat this Thanksgiving for your mental health

Canadian Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Besides being the perfect time to meditate on the things we’re thankful for, it’s a time to get together with friends and family. And where there are friends and family, there’s bound to be lots of food.

As we’ve discussed in the past, there’s a strong connection between nutrition and mental health. So, when you’re filling up on plates of great food, do your best to eat foods that improve your mental health and reduce symptoms of mental illness.

Here’s a list of 11 foods that help support good mental health:

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