Oxytocin, also called "love hormone", can be found in a different variety of food, especially the one containing Vitamin D, Vitamin C, magnesium and dietary fats: fatty fish, mushrooms, peppers, tomatoes, spinach, avocados and many more!
Oxytocin is considered our “love” hormone because this hormone is increased when we hug and feel intimate with others.
Specifically for women, oxytocin helps with bonding between mother and baby.
Overall, oxytocin contributes to our emotional well being and there are things we can do to increase our feel good hormones.
Certain nutrients help increase oxytocin production.
Being healthy was never a priority to me. I ate what I wanted, was active when I wanted but it was never consistent. For a long time, the only vegetables I ate were tomatoes and broccoli. I was a picky vegetarian leading me to make very unhealthy choices.