This book, which I am about to publish, is titled Food and Mental Health Guide. I feel that the time is now right for food to become the mainstream component of mental health care. We study the brain of mentally ill people and discover that mental illness is also related to our diet. What we eat ultimately affects different parts of our brain, and a different diet can actually help to cure mental illness. Researchers today conclude that eating well is somehow related to lower anxiety levels, less depression, less mood swings, fewer cravings and eating problems such as binge eating and bulimia, reductions in premenstrual tension, and less fatigue. In this article, I also show the readers what each type of food can do. For example, food rich in iron can help prevent anemia, which can cause not only fatigue and apathy but also a depressed mood. The reason I wrote this book is because numerous evidence has linked diet with mental health, and this is growing at a rapid pace. I hope my readers will enjoy reading this book as well as learn something from this manuscript.