What to Eat when You are a Stressed and Busy Person

A proper diet is one of the most readily available solutions when stress and anxiety occurred in your life.

Between two meetings and three phones at work, stay healthy and full of energy so you can overcome any obstacle that comes in your way.

Let’s see what you have to eat to combat stress and fatigue!

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Dried Fruits

The benefits of dried fruit, such as bananas, apricots, prunes or raisins help you fight fatigue and stress. Thanks to the natural sugar of the fruit (which helps in a way healthier than the refined one) and magnesium, your body will better handle the tense moments every day.


Also include in your diet a few slices of avocado. Whether you eat it in a sandwich or in a salad served for lunch at the office, avocado is a fruit full of great nutrients, vitamins and minerals that help you find your balance and be always in shape. One such nutrient is potassium responsible for regulating blood pressure.


In your morning yogurt add some berries. Besides the fact that you get a much better tasting food, this combination will bring many benefits related to health, including reducing the stress levels.

Dark Chocolate

You have nothing to fear for your silhouette. Consumed in moderation, dark chocolate brings only benefits. And one of the major advantages is that you will be full of energy (thanks to caffeine) and you also say goodbye to stress. Rich in flavonoids, chocolate with 70% cocoa relaxes blood vessels and reduces blood pressure.


Keep a balanced diet in essential fats and make sure you include in your diet an oily fish at least twice a week. Salmon is a good choice for a healthy heart and digest. Also this fish helps you in your fight against depression because it increases serotonin levels in the body. Thus, you will be more calm and you’ll be able to better combat stress.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds also help you in the fight against stress. Due to the high content of magnesium, pumpkin seeds maintain high the energy levels and help in times of anxiety.

Leafy Green Vegetables

Include in your menu more such vegetables and you will definitely feel the benefits. Cabbage, lettuce, spinach, broccoli, etc.. All will increase the body’s ability to cope with stress. Vitamins and minerals contained in these vegetables, and other essential nutrients, helps balance cortisol in the body.


Quinoa is a gluten-free grain that contains more protein than any other grain. They are essential in the development and tissue regeneration. Besides vitamins it contains, quinoa is rich in magnesium, and that means fewer headaches and better blood pressure. In addition, quinoa is also an excellent source of carbohydrates, which means a higher level of energy.