A simple anti-stress diet system


After experiencing stress, the most important thing is to regain lost energy. Then you need the most vitamins A, E, D and C. Lack of these vitamins disrupts metabolic processes, which leads to the development of diseases of the cardiovascular system and the overall aging of the body. Sudden changes in weather conditions, extreme geophysical situations (earthquakes, landslides, landslides) that affect people’s meteorological sensitivity can also be considered stressful situations. Then there is an acceleration of heart rate and narrowing / dilation of blood vessels. This requires the transition of metabolism to a diet rich in proteins and fats. Scientists have determined that in the period of stressful situations, you should take 1200-1500 calories a day. This is achieved through a controlled diet:

  1. Use honey instead of refined sugar.
  2. Arrange food so that breakfast and snacks include 30%, lunch 40% and dinner 30% of the allowed amount of calories during the day.
  3. Take food in small portions. At least three times a day at certain times.
  4. Use a diet based on protein and fat. Reduce your carbohydrate intake (especially simple carbohydrates).
  5. Include more plant foods in your diet (cabbage, beets, onions, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, fruits and dried fruits).
  6. The last food intake should not be after 7 p.m.
  7. The guarantee of a harmonious and joyful life is a life in harmony with nature and with oneself.
    Stress is the most cruel enemy that negatively affects people. In a state of stress, every person is accompanied by mental restlessness and unpleasant mood. Then the blood vessels constrict and the blood flow can be stopped. The organism releases hormones (including adrenaline) into the blood during stress. These hormones raise blood pressure and activate processes. It is important to get rid of the accumulated nervousness in the body in time. Stress strongly suppresses even reason. The law of emotions is as follows: emotions have accumulated which means they need to be emptied. Experts have found that most human diseases are the result of accumulated emotions that are not emptied in time. Such a condition forces each person into a strenuous search for relief which sometimes leads to various extremes.

Breakfast for anti stress: fresh or pre-soaked dried fruit or one glass of juice (tomato, grape or apple), 100 grams of porridge with butter, cheese or sour cream, or 2-3 fried eggs. Alternative: 50-60 grams of meat (boiled beef or roasted chicken), or fish (cooked cod) with a garnish of potatoes or cooked / grilled vegetables, 100 grams of rye or wheat bread, herbal tea (fresh or dried mint leaves, linden, lemon balm , cranberries, raspberries, oregano) or a glass of warm milk.
Lunch for anti-stress: salad of algae or vegetables (carrots, cabbage) with vegetable oil, fatty soup, 180 grams of meat or fish with vegetables (mushrooms, beans, peas, lentils), one glass of juice or one apple, 50 grams of bread.
Dinner for anti-stress: cucumber and tomato salad with radish and parsley, 50-100 grams of cheese pudding, 50 g of bread, a cup of warm milk or tea.
Drink a glass of kefir or rosehip tea around 9 p.m.
The anti-stress menu needs 65-70 g of protein, 85-90 g of fat and 220-250 g of carbohydrates per day.

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