Below 10 Foods for Stress Relief
1) Avocado and Banana
2) Ginger Honey Tea
3) Swiss Chard
4) Fatty Fish
5) Whole-Wheat Pretzels
Eating right food also help in fighting stress.For more reference about food that fight for stress: http://www.completehealthnews.com/13-fo … ht-stress/
The stress vitamin is vitamin B. So any foods that are high in B vitamins will help. The other vitamin that helps is magnesium. It relaxes the body, mind, and muscles. Probably the 2 most vital in combating stress.
The foods proteins, eggs, and whole grains, such as wheat germ, are all high in b vitamins. May be taken in supplement form in a complex. The b vitamins work together in concert, meaning they have to be taken together to gain the most benefit. Hope it helps. http://www.amazon.com/Nature-Made-Super … B005D0DTS2
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