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  After years of carb-busting, you are free to roam the good mood carbohydrates aisle at the grocery store. Great choices include whole-wheat bread (make sure it says “100 percent whole wheat” on the label, or that each slice has at least 2 grams of fiber); whole-wheat pasta (lots of good-tasting brands are now widely available); and breakfast cereals with four or more grams of fiber and less than 10 grams of sugar. High fiber and low sugar adds up to evenness of mood, especially in the hours following breakfast or lunch. As for rice, go for brown whenever possible to gain fiber and protein.
 


 

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