You always read about foods that are good for your sight, for slimming, for lowering cholesterol. That information is abundant just about anywhere. But when it comes to a broken heart, which can hurt just has bad as a broken arm or a broken leg, what food can you possibly find to cheer you up even for just a moment?
Here's a few that should do the trick, depending on what stage of grieving you're on.
Absence. They're gone and they're never coming back, you need...charcuterie platter and a good wine
Feeling anxious and restless, did you make a mistake? you need....a turkey dinner
Feeling down and out like the world abandoned you, you need....an exquisite brunch
Feeling like you've given up hope, you need... ikura and toro nigiri from Hachi Sushi
Burning fury, you need... a hot bowl of Tom Yum soup
A hit to the ego, you need...a tall glass of green smoothie
One is the loneliest number, you need...a warm chocolate fondant
It's warm, it's fluffy, it's comforting, it's sweet. It's like giving yourself a hug, but better. Chocolate contains antioxidants called flavonoids, and has the ability to improve blood circulation.