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What To Eat To Combat Emotional Challenges

17.08.2017

Foods to help anxiety

  • Foods to help stress
  • Food to help fatigue
 

We are feel stressed, anxious or fatigued more often than we think, but life can’t be put on hold if we aren’t feeling 100%. Instead, why not take control of the things that you can control that will make a difference – food! 

 

 

Anxiety

Stress

Fatigue

Breakfast

Caffeine-free fruit tea

Whole grain toasted bagel with smoked salmon

Low-fat Greek yoghurt with a teaspoon of honey & linseed

Porridge with grated apple, cinnamon & chia seeds

Midday meal

Poached eggs with asparagus

Egg and avocado wrap

Couscous salad with beetroot, feta cheese & pumpkin seeds

Evening meal

Turkey burger with sweet potato & wilted spinach

Baked salmon with garlic green beans & brown rice

Pork stir fry with mangetout, sweetcorn, mushrooms & spinach

Snacks

Handful of blueberries

Handful of almonds

An orange

Cashew nut butter on 2 oatcakes

Trail mix

Dark chocolate

Fluid

Try to avoid caffeine and high sugar drinks such as soft drinks. Instead opt for caffeine-free fruit teas, green tea, chamomile tea, water and fruit infused water. Aim to drink at least 1.5-2 litres each day, being fully hydrated will help to maintain energy, stabilise mood and enable you to think clearly.



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