Eating something for stress? Now you might be thinking about eating for frustration. No, that’s not what we mean.
Eating against stress means taking in a lot of nutrients, i.e. vitamins and minerals. You should also make sure that your food is as free as possible from chemical additives, because these trigger stress in the body. If your food is varied and as natural as possible, your body will maintain its necessary performance and cope better with stress.
You don’t have to spend hours every day whipping up elaborate menus. There are delicious, quick recipes that are easy and stress-free to prepare.
Here is an example:
Ingredients (enough for 4 glasses of 200 ml each):
100 ml light grape juice
500 ml cherry juice
2 tablespoons lemon or lime juice
some maple syrup
- peel the bananas and mix them together with the grape juice to a pulp.
- season to taste with lemon or lime juice and a little maple syrup
- fill the mixture into 4 glasses and top up with cherry juice
Serve with mixed fruit skewers of bananas, grapes, cherries, etc.