You're in luck if you like sushi. Your spicy tuna roll's seaweed wrapper provides additional stress-relieving properties.
Regular avocado consumption may prevent stress eating by filling you up and enhancing your sense of satisfaction.
The vitamin folate, which is abundant in beets, may help reduce stress. Sass claims that one cup of beets has more than 30% of the daily requirement for folate.
Blueberries are regarded as a superfood since they are loaded with nutrients and antioxidants.
In addition to being known aphrodisiacs, oysters are also a favourite food due to their high zinc concentration.
Adrenaline and cortisol levels that are associated with anxiety can be increased by stress.
It's likely that you've heard that the tryptophan in turkey is to blame for the Thanksgiving food coma.
Eggs are a wonderful breakfast food as well. One of the few naturally occurring sources of vitamin D is whole eggs, according to Sass.