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Here are the foods that calm the brain – according to a wellness expert

Here are the foods that calm the brain – according to a wellness expert

Don’t you want the thoughts to stop racing through your head? Here are five things you can add to your diet to regain your composure.

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If you often feel overwhelmed, the solution may be closer than you think – maybe even in your refrigerator!

5 things you should eat when you feel exhausted

says Lourdes Ramon, a luxury expert Vogue magazine There are some things we can all make sure we eat regularly so we feel less stressed.

It recommends the following five things:

  1. Foods containing vitamin B1. Think: legumes, whole grains, sunflower seeds, and nuts.
  2. Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines, as well as walnuts and chia seeds – in other words, foods that contain omega-3 fats.
  3. Foods that contain tryptophan, an essential amino acid that Ramon says is “essential for improving mood.” It is found in soybeans, rice, peanuts, and eggs, among others.
  4. Foods containing phospholipids – such as milk and almonds.

At the same time, it’s a good idea to avoid things that can have the opposite effect: alcohol, caffeinated drinks, refined sugar, and trans fats (something often found in ultra-processed foods).

Ramon also advises writing down how you feel after eating different types of food – we’re all different. Ultimately, the best diet is a balanced, nutritious diet that doesn’t make your brain overactive or make you feel lethargic and lazy.

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