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Foods with magic effects against stress

Ginger is an aromatic spice. It has also an amazing effect against stress as a whole and particularly stress headaches.

Recent researches show that fish oil and Omega 3 fatty acids have a beneficial impact on the immune system and specifically against inflammations, which makes them help us in the battle against stress and depression.

Herbs can offer more than what you expect against stress.

The following table gives us the vitamins and minerals we can get from foods:

Vitamin B1 – brewer’s yeast, peanuts, cornflakes, all whole grain foods (bread), pork meat, and most fruits and vegetables;

Vitamin B6 – cereals, brewer’s yeast, liver, meat, yolk of egg, beans (soy beans, kidney beans, peas);

Vitamin B5 – poultry, brewer’s yeast, whole-grain breads, beef, legumes, avocdos, nuts, potatoes, cheese, eggs, fish, milk, whole grain cereals, and bananas;

Vitamin B2 – Milk, eggs, dairy products (yogurt and cheese) leafy green vegetables, avocdo, broccoli, asparagus, enriched and whole grains and cereals, nuts, legumes, soybeans, mushrooms, fruits, organ meats 9liver, kidney and the heart) and fish; Vitamin C – Fresh uncooked fruits and vegetables particularly citrus fruits, red and green peppers, cantaloupes, strawberries, asparagus, papayas, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, tomatoes and parsley;

Magnesium – Halibut, almonds, soybeans, spinachs, nuts, ceral, otmeal, potato, peanuts, yogurt, rice, lentils and kidney beans; Zinc – beef, liver, crab, oysters, seafood, poultry, nuts and seeds, whole grains, tofu, peanuts, and peanut butter, legumes and milk.#

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