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Whether it’s a broken heart, mid afternoon slump or job interview nerves you’re trying to tackle, these fix-it foods will have you eating healthier and feeling happier.
What to eat…If you’re having a very busy day
Tuna + mixed beans + walnuts + green tea
You’re exhausted just looking at your back-to-back schedule for the day. Load up on protein for lunch – such as a tuna and bean salad – or else you’re going to fade, advises dietitian Geraldine Georgeou. The fish is loaded with “omega-3 fatty acids, which will improve brain and visual functions. The amino acid tyrosine is also found in tuna; it’s been found to reduce stress levels, while beans are packed with protein, fibre and iron, Continue reading “Under Pressure? Here’s Some Ideas What to Eat When Under Pressure”