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#1 of 4 Old 01-25-2010, 01:15 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Is it possible certain foods might cause people to be in a bad mood and more irritable than usual? If yes, which foods?

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Sure they can! For me a sure trigger is a load of fast, easy refined carbohydrates without any protein or fat. For instance if I eat breakfast cereal with a little milk and have no additional protein (eggs, meat) I always have a mood crash within 1/2 hour. I get cranky and tired.
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YES! for me, it's sugar just about any grain - even if it's a 'healthy', home-cooked porridge or something - if I eat processed breakfast cereal, good grief... it's horrible!
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no question they can.
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