There is often a salvation from everyday aches in the plate

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For headache and frequent migraines – it will be good for you to eat more nuts and seeds. They are rich in magnesium, which prevents the release of stress hormones, relaxes blood vessels and regulates the transmission of nerve impulses to the blood vessels in the brain. This mineral significantly reduces the onset of headache. Unlike conventional medicines (beta-blockers and anti-epileptic drugs), pumpkin seeds and other types of seeds can be eaten during pregnancy. Mineral waters with more magnesium in their composition, oatmeal and wheat germ are excellent choices.
For insomnia and sleep disorders, light meals with rice, potatoes or pasta make us tired. Complex carbohydrates regulate body heat. They adapt the body for a dream night and improve sleep. In the evening, avoid legumes, cabbage, fried foods if you are sensitive and have reactions to certain dishes. A good and tried and tested recipe for better sleep is a glass of warm milk and honey. The protein component of milk is tryptophan. It helps to create serotonin that relaxes us. Honey serves serotonin to promote circulation. Tryptophan is found in cheese and nuts.
Poor concentration and memory – most likely not drinking enough water. Water dilutes blood. Oxygen-carrying red blood cells make it easier to reach the capillaries in the brain. Oxygen burns glucose in cells. It thus creates the energy needed to think. Experts constantly say that we should drink at least two liters of liquids daily (water, mineral water, green tea, orange juice). The brain is an organ that constantly needs energy / recharge. The human brain needs glucose. This grape sugar is found in carbohydrates that we ingest with bread, rice, or potatoes. If carbohydrates are more complex then they enter the blood more slowly and thus prolong the effect on the gray cells. Consuming six small meals a day is always a better option than 3 meals a day. The brain thus constantly receives sufficient energy. Scientists interpret this claim differently and draw people’s attention to insulin variations.
Cholesterol-oat flakes are the best cereals for reducing cholesterol and protecting the heart. The core of oats contains a substance beta-glucagon that takes HDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) from our blood, which attacks red blood vessels. Just 3 grams of ballast a day (a cup of oatmeal) reduces cholesterol by 8 to 23%.
Chills and bad mood-research says that omega-3 fatty acids from the sea have a positive effect on the psyche of people if eaten regularly. Salmon fillets are a great choice. Or any fish by blood type. For years, there has been talk about the positive effects of omega 3 fatty acids that are important for brain function.
Gastrointestinal Disorders – plain yogurt or a little more expensive pro-biotic yogurt helps with diarrhea, bloating, abdominal pain or digestive irritation. Yogurt lactic acid bacteria (bifido bacteria and lactobacilli) restore damaged intestinal flora when symptoms suggest early gastrointestinal infection.
High Blood Pressure – Vegetarians have never had high blood pressure almost never. In them, blood vessels are normal due to potassium from fresh vegetables (spinach, broccoli). This mineral is suppository to sodium which brings dangerously high blood pressure in the veins. Previously, people used 16 times more potassium than sodium (hidden in salty foods in canned food, bread or meat products and cuts) .This relationship has changed. Today we bring three times more sodium than potassium in meals. Experts recommend 650 grams of vegetables and fruits a day, which equates to a total of five servings of meals. Bitter black chocolate cocoa contains flavonoids that have a beneficial effect on blood vessels. Half a bar of black chocolate contains the same amount of this vital substance as 15 glasses of orange juice. If you eat black chocolate on a regular basis, it reduces your risk of heart attack and other heart disease by 20%. It would be optimal to take 25 grams of bitter black chocolate every day.
Conclusion: 650 grams of fruits and vegetables per day and 25 grams of bitter black chocolate per day for one adult.

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