Foods to Cut Holiday Stress

Here is a little segment from Good Morning Orlando that ran yesterday (Nov 16, 2015) – where I talk about some of my favorite foods for battling stress and restoring balance in the body. Balancing stress now, during the high-stress Holidays, is a great way to keep your body weight and belly fat under control – so you can head into the New Year ready to tackle every challenge.

Foods like pumpkin seeds, green tea and asparagus can help us relax; foods like onions, apples, carrots, cranberries, almonds, and sweet potatoes provide flavonoids, carotenoids, and full-spectrum vitamin E that can help our bodies to fight cellular stress; and foods like dark chocolate, New Zealand pine bark, and ginger can help reduce stress-induced inflammation to improve mood.

Hope you enjoy this short video (two formats below).

Thanks for reading/watching…


Shawn M Talbott, PhD, CNS, LDN, FACSM, FAIS, FACN
Nutritional Biochemist and Author
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