Nutrition For Stress Relief (Self-Help Stress Solutions) 

Darlene Josaphe 

  • File Size: 139 KB
  • Print Length: 49 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008YH6X7U
Often times, we start to eat better in response to a particular situation, such as feeling sick or fatigued. Yet these habits wear off and we’re back to our normal eating patterns. You can’t eat healthy some of the time and expect it to nourish your body for the long haul.

This book shows you how to follow a healthy eating regimen that will allow you to thrive in the everyday world. You will learn how to keep your expectations realistic, incorporate the healthy foods that you love and weed out the foods that are known for causing stress. It may be hard at first, but the end rewards will be worth your effort.

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Darlene Josaphe helps women manage stress successfully with resources that educate, combined with personal support. Her website, Natural Stress Relief Tips For Women, is an exclusive website for women that provides self-improvement articles, stress reduction resources, and transformational tools to women who want to improve their lives and achieve their life goals.
Reader review . . . 
Most of us have stress in our lives and do not know how to deal with it in a healthy mannerIn Nutrition for Stress Relief, Ms. Josaphe shows the effect that food has on our stress levels.  She explains how we not only eat because of our emotions, but how our emotions are affected by what we eat.  Stress-causing foods are listed, as well as those that can increase the level of serotonin in the brain, causing us to feel happier and more relaxed.  
For a quick look at nutrition and how it affects our lives, pick up a copy of this helpful little book.  Anyone wanting to make changes in their diet and lifestyle will appreciate the concise, informative booklet.
5 stars
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