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The uncertainly of when our lives might go back to "normal" has many people feeling anxious and experiencing coronavirus-fueled insomnia. The Doctors recommend a simple snack that can help your body fight those feelings of stress using Greek yogurt, sunflower seeds, pistachios and chopped strawberries!
Probiotics, found in yogurt, have a positive effect on brain health and anxiety levels. Pistachios have great healthy fat content and are loaded with fiber. Seeds like sunflower seeds contain tryptophan, which can boost serotonin production, and strawberries are loaded with the powerful antioxidant vitamin C.
Stress levels can be augmented or decreased with food because what you eat matters. Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares that lots of people are prone to stress eating and pick things that are not good for you. She shares this snack is sweet and tastes like a dessert, so see if it can help you destress!