Daylight savings time is here. On November 7th, everyone and everything turned back the clocks to standard time, but how well you adjust to the new time is up to you—
Rebecca Jarvis, from The Early Show on CBS, speaks with nutritionist Tanya Zuckerbrot about adjusting to daylight savings time in a healthy manner and beating the winter blues. Researchers suggest that winter's shorter days can send our moods into a nosedive, but you can fight back with the right foods, supplements and exercise.
There's six secrets revealed in this video:
1. Lifting your spirits with omega-3 fatty acids
2. Boost your serotonin levels with foods containing tryptophan
3. Increase your immunity and mood with vitamin D
4. Increase your immunity with vitamin C
5. Increase your immunity with zinc
6. Exercise helps your mood by releasing endorphins
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