What foods support and nourish you in times of stress!

Stress has real physical effects, the body responds with a series of physiological changes that include increased secretion of adrenaline, elevation of blood pressure, acceleration of the heartbeat and greater tension in the muscles. Digestion slows or stops, fats and sugars are released from stores in the body and cholesterol levels rise.

How can we nurture the body back to health after stressful events?

Make sure you have these foods in your diet – they help nurture you back to full health!

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