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Nutritional Needs in Times of Stress

16 days ago   |   By Food and Health

Stress is like taxes. It's inevitable, will never go away, and we all have to deal with it.
A little stress is a good thing. It may motivate us to move and get things started. Chemicals in the brain, known as neurotrophins, enhance and connect the links between the neurons in our brains. Navigating stress may build resilience and boost your immunity in the short term. If we had zero stress, we'd likely get nothing done.
But what about when you're experiencing more than just a little stress? What if it's almost constant?
Recently one of our readers reached out to ask about meeting...
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