Healthy Intakes to Beat the Stress

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Mom’s life can get pretty hectic especially if they are managing lots of stuffs such as motherhood responsibilities, household chores, and life’s career. To get the nerves calm amid all these stuffs in life, listed under are healthy intakes to beat the stress:

  • Eat fruits such as papaya, banana and avocado. These fruits provide potent protections against stress trough their vitamins A, C, folate and potassium. The said vitamins effectively help combat high blood pressure.
  • Oatmeal, whole-wheat bread and cereal. These are rich in fiber that help induce a steady flow of serotonin, slowing down the rate digestion and preventing blood sugar roller coaster which could lead to the mood swing and mindless eating.

  • Nuts, green leafy vegetables and cocoa .These foods are rich in magnesium that boosts serotonin levels in the brain, putting you in happier and more relaxed mood.
  • Fish like salmon are rich in Omega-3 is also stress reliever food that keeps your heart smart and protected against cardiovascular disease. It also helps body’s stress hormones.
  • Coffee and other antioxidant beverages are best intake to start the day. This melts away feelings of stress and anxiety as well as helps boosts one’s focus.

Fellow moms and readers dear beat stress with the stress reliever foods mentioned above. Doing this, will lead to an ever happy day, healthy lifestyle not just for you but for the whole family.

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27 thoughts on “Healthy Intakes to Beat the Stress

  1. Michi says:

    I hate to admit but it is really hard for me to have a healthy lifestyle. I don’t like exercising and I don’t follow any healthy diet. To beat my stress, I make sure I have enough sleep. 🙂

  2. Above Precious Rubies says:

    Like Michi, I don’t follow any diet too. But since last quarter of 2016, I have been observing the less rice diet. I workout every once in a while but that’s it. Then I eat fruits sometimes if there’s one of the table, lol. But veggies, can’t live without veggies. hehe.

  3. May says:

    I was thinking of dropping coffee off my diet because I’ve been feeling fatigue for months now. Turns out I shouldn’t pala! Thanks for this list. This is very timely for me.

  4. Elizabeth O. says:

    This is why it’s really important to eat right so that you get all the nutrients that you need. I really appreciate this list!

  5. Our family world says:

    A good laugh has great short-term effects. When you start to laugh, it doesn’t just lighten your load mentally, it actually induces physical changes in your body.

  6. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    I agree with you in everything you’ve written in this post. Having a healthy, balanced diet keeps stress at bay. I do try my best to have healthier meals because if I don’t, I’m going to evolve into a monster with all the tasks and responsibilities I have to meet everyday.

  7. Kelly Reci says:

    A good laugh has great short-term effects. When you start to laugh, it doesn’t just lighten your load mentally, it actually induces physical changes in your body.

  8. Lisa Favre says:

    I’ve been very stressed lately and I love the fact that you suggested what foods can help with stress reduction. I always have my coffee at the beginning of the day!

  9. Jennifer Van Huss says:

    I didn’t realize how good for you bananas were. They are one of my favourite foods! I am glad that I can eat them and help beat stress as well!

  10. Rebecca Swenor says:

    It is so important for us all to keep the stress levels down daily. I love the list of foods that can help reduce the stress levers in our bodies. Bananas and oatmeal are a great way to start the day . Nuts are what I prefer to snack on and they can be really good for you too .Thanks for sharing these awesome foods.

  11. Gabriel Bregg says:

    I love in shell sunflower seeds for a stress reliever as well as something to keep me from boredom eating.

  12. Tiffany Hathorn says:

    I eat a lot of these foods. I still have some stress, but I think I am oddly calm when I should be stressing way more. I don’t know if the food has much to do with that, but could be.

  13. Tami Qualls says:

    Stress is inevitable, so I guess I should take your advice and add these foods to my diet. I do actually like avocado.

  14. Janice says:

    Healthy eating plus exercise definitely helps in beating stress. I also recommend taking time out to do things that you love, such as creative planning in my case. 🙂

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