It often goes without saying that eating food should make us feel good. The sensation of tasting something that we love triggers all kinds of emotions that we associate with happiness. In times of distress, many of us find solace in a juicy steak or a tub of ice cream. Stuffing ourselves silly will both fill our tummies and excite our tastebuds. Unfortunately, doing that too often might also leave us with expanded waistlines and a lot of health concerns. The challenge, then, is to find healthy food to eat to be happy. Here is our attempt to prove that the search for the quintessential “good food good mood” does not have to be difficult.