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Research Shows Stress Can Undermine Your Diet

New research shows that stress can undermine your life in more ways than you know, even when you’re trying to eat healthy. As pointed out by a Tribune News Service article, a day of stresses can actually erase the gains you’re hoping to get through a healthy diet.

The research shows just how interconnected your daily stressors are to your body’s inflammatory responses, and how stress and depression can negate a good diet. The good news is that there are ways to address stress in just about any setting, for example, by using energy psychology techniques such as the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).

EFT can help reprogram your body's reactions to the stressors of everyday life, thereby reducing your chances of experiencing adverse health effects. Exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and meditation are also important "release valves" that can help you manage your stress.

Some foods may also act as “superfoods” to help address stress and inflammation, as well, including pistachios, blueberries, fermented foods and dark chocolate. Avoiding processed foods, which are high in inflammatory ingredients such as refined sugars and processed fats like trans fats and vegetable oils can also help. Some top anti-inflammatory foods include spices such as cloves, cinnamon, oregano, thyme, garlic and sage, as well as animal-based omega-3 fats, leafy organic greens and shiitake mushrooms.

Getting regular movement and exercise through High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is another great way to get your body moving and your stress levels down.
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