Your brain depends on a variety of nutrients to keep itself balanced. Cheetos and beer are not on the list.Really now? Greasy food doesn't make me happy? (Hint: ever think maybe the idea of 'comfort foods' came from a 50's copywriter dude who meant well?)
Anyhow, they offer a list of moods, and then the snack that's good for the mood. Here's one from the list:
You've forgotten your last two deadlines.
Pineapple chunks for a snack or a cup of berries in your oatmeal
Antioxidants from the most-colorful fruits and vegetables help pick off the free radicals that wear away at your memory. "Because your brain consumes so much oxygen, oxidants do heavy damage there," says Somer.
It goes on to offer snacks for when you're restless, insecure, depressed, anxious and stressed, among others.
I love the word flummoxed. So don't be flummoxed. Start with not missing any deadlines, and eat berries with your oats. Or the right snack.