VAN GOGH IS BIPOLAR: PART 2

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“If you’ve ever had a week when you feel depressed, anxious, agitated, angry or one where others commented on your bad mood, then you know that even now our moods fall prey to outside — or inside — influences. Fortunately, we can control one of the biggest culprits: the food we eat.

Today, nutritional scientists are finding that certain foods are fixes for less-than perfect moods. Use their knowledge to kill two birds with one legume: Eat well while designing the mood you want.

Van Gogh is Bipolar only serves all natural and authentic happy-hormone-producing foods (Not to mention market fresh, as well-MPD). Van Gogh FOOD helps you stimulate the production of deficient neurotransmitters- dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine in your brain.
In layman’s term- Van Gogh FOOD triggers the release of happy hormones in your body.”
~ copied and pasted straight from Van Gogh is Bipolar.

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The recent trip to the “more than your usual art gallery and cafe” was right after a lengthy photo shoot and I was beat. It was mid afternoon hot and humid with a slight drizzle of rain. Just wanted to sit and stare at the wall.

I then ordered up some good mood food and drink to alter my catatonic state. Apprehensive whether it would lay it’s claim. I ate the light salmon open faced sandwich washing it down with a nice cold glass of mangos with milk and honey. One of the most refreshing beverages I’ve had in awhile. Especially now when all refreshing drinks are frappe this and frappe that all made with powder, sugar and crushed iced. If you want one of these shameless star bucking drinks just head on over to a branch and pay a fortune.

Sure enough, after devouring the meal I felt a surge in my happy hormones. I felt more relaxed and energized, not to tackle another photo shoot but just to go home and play with my son.

Here are the directions to VGIB when you want to try the mood altering food. The menu describes it all in detail so go with an open mind. The cafe is easy to find but do read my Van Gogh is Bipolar: Part One before you go. I do have more images to upload but been a bit busy during the week to edit them. Stay tuned for the final installment of VGIB: Part 3.