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Diet

The reasons why some people have more difficulties dealing with stress than others, can also be a result of their diets. A healthy diet can help manage stress.

Were you aware of the fact that your body loses 300 to 350 mg of vitamin C when exposed to stress for 15 minutes. It weakens the immune system and makes you more vulnerable to attacks. Citrus fruits, kiwis, red peppers and parsley are good sources of vitamin C.

 

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Diet

The reasons why some people have more difficulties dealing with stress than others, can also be a result of their diets. A healthy diet can help manage stress.

Were you aware of the fact that your body loses 300 to 350 mg of vitamin C when exposed to stress for 15 minutes. It weakens the immune system and makes you more vulnerable to attacks. Citrus fruits, kiwis, red peppers and parsley are good sources of vitamin C.

The “anti-stress-mineral“ magnesium is set free by the body’s cells when exposed to stress. This can endanger the heart and circulatory system. We hence need to restock by eating foods such as brown rice, sesame seeds, pine nuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, bananas, almonds, pulses, potatoes, tomatoes, wholegrain cereal and salads.

Potassium strengthens the nerves. Dried fruit, broccoli, celery, potatoes, bananas, pulses and milk contain potassium.

The mineral phosphor, makes us think and feel more positive. To maintain this state it is important to eat foods such as fish, soybeans, wheat germs, fruits and vegetables. Foods containing additives, preservatives and other chemical substances should be avoided. Additives stress the body because they are difficult to process which means that valuable nutrients, which the body could have better invested to strengthen the immune system, are wasted.

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