Fight Stress With These 6 Healthy Foods


Spinach for Magnesium

When you're stressed, your magnesium levels drop causing headaches and fatigue. Replenish them with spinach, almonds, and pumpkin seeds!

Recipe Idea #1

Put our advice into action with this easy breakfast toast made with fresh spinach and roasted almonds, plus turmeric mushrooms for extra yum.


Chia Seeds for Omega-3

If stress makes you gloomy, get a mood boost from foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids like chia seeds, flaxseeds, walnuts, and salmon.

Recipe Idea #2

Start the day with this pretty blue chia pudding for a blast of omega-3. It's also low in sugars, perfect for curbing mood swings!

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Calming Oats

Wholesome sources of carbs, like oats, trigger the brain to produce serotonin, a feel-good chemical that makes you calm and happy.

Recipe Idea #3

Oats are incredibly versatile, fabulous in smoothies, porridge, and energy bars. Not sure where to start? Try our redcurrant oat groats bowl!


Soothing Matcha

Need to destress and yet be productive? L-theanine and caffeine in matcha work in synergy to make your feel calm and focused at the same time.

Recipe Idea #4

You can use green tea powder in tea, lattes, and even bakes, or try it in our anti-stress matcha smoothie with kiwi and spinach.


Kiwi for Vitamin C

High-vitamin C foods help you recover from the effects of the stress hormone cortisol, like headaches, insomnia, and high blood pressure.

Recipe Idea #5

Prepare this delightfully fruity porridge for breakfast and stock up in vitamin C from kiwi and oranges. Find the recipe below!


Almonds for Vitamin E

When you're stressed, your body uses up a lot of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant. Luckily, you can easily restock by snacking on almonds!

Recipe Idea #6

These brilliant muffins not only contain anti-stress almonds and mood-boosting cocoa, but they're also loaded with filling fibres and proteins.

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