11 Foods That Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder

With the fast-approaching winter, many Canadians are bracing themselves for an annual visit of seasonal Affective Disorder—also known as SAD. This seasonal form of depression affects millions throughout North America, which begins in late fall, peaks in January and fades by early spring. While light therapy and regular exercise have been found to be effective in combating SAD, the biggest weapons can be found right in your kitchen. Here are 11 everyday foods you can eat to help diminish the effects of the cold-weather blues.