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Healthy Diet Foods To Beat Strees
Dated: July 8 2013
* More food cravings
* Poor sleep
* Unhealthy belly fat
* High blood pressure
* Anxiety and depression
What if we could create the ultimate healthy plate for beating stress and calming our nerves? By eating more foods that calm our bodies, we can reduce the effects of stress at the chemical level and comfort our bodies inside and out. Healthy choices can also activate positive stress-response chemicals such as:
* Serotonin (calms the brain)
* Melatonin (promotes sleep)
* Dopamine (brings on pleasure
Almonds and pistachios ease inflammation
Dark chocolate lowers blood pressure
Sunflower seeds are a rich source of folic acid for the nervous system and may boost dopamine.
Bananas contain melatonin and may boost dopamine levels.
Blueberries and raspberries are both rich in nutrients to lower blood pressure and cortisol levels.
Cherries and cherry juice are a natural source of melatonin.
Asparagus is rich in folic acid that keeps the nervous system healthy.
Spinach and kale are good sources of magnesium, which improves the body's response to stress.
Chamomile tea reduces anxiety.
Black and green tea contain dopamine to boost mental performance; they also contain healthy antioxidants.
Milk (cold or warm) boosts tryptophan, a building block of serotonin, which calms the brain and helps you sleep.
Water helps you feel sharp and energetic, not rundown and tired.
Salmon and tuna are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which ease inflammation.
Oatmeal is a source of melatonin and also produces serotonin, both of which help you sleep.
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