When we use the food to fight against stress, we can do it in two ways:

- With a consumption of many cakes and burgers after a hard working day, or

- With a right balanced nutrition – way. Here’s how:

Green vegetables: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, lettuce, celery – contain antioxidants that assist the body to recover from stress. They are full of potassium which is essential for the nervous system. If you eat regularly, you will be less irritable. The consumption of vegetable brings the necessary fiber that cleanse your body.

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Citrus fruits (citrus): Vitamin C is really important against stress, so do not forget to eat orange, tangerine, grapefruit or to drink a glass of lemonade. It would be a great idea to make a cocktail of orange, grapefruit and lemon.

Chocolate: Is there anyone who has not heard that eating the most famous sweet pleasure in the world ,,chocolate,, helps the secretion of endorphins, which helps the feeling of joy and happiness? Normally, it does not mean that you should consume 5 chocolates every day. It has to be 20-30 grams per day is quite enough, say experts.

Almonds: Rich in vitamins B2 and E, magnesium and zinc. Vitamin B2 and magnesium are essential for the production of serotonin that controls the mood and helps to fight stress. Zinc is known as an element that can combat the negative effects of stress, while vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant. Eat almonds whenever you have a chance.

Orange vegetable is rich in beta-carotene that strengthens blood vessels in the brain, restores normal blood flow in the central and peripheral nervous system, reduces stress and improves the mood. The simplest anti-stress therapy is to consume eat one or two carrots during the day or you can make carrot juice.

It would be great to start with the consumption of seafood, rich in zinc and iodine which is one of the most important sources of unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids.

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