Pathways we have identified for stress/anxiety:
Foods that relate to strategy/functional goal of addressing stress

Anti inflammatory such as anti-histomenes and omega3, 6, 9
“Butterbur, Bromelain (pineapples), Quercetin
Quercetin is an antioxidant found naturally in onions, apples, and other produce. ResearchTrusted Source has demonstrated the antihistamine effects of quercetin. Stinging nettle, Omega 3

Adaptogentics achieve through hormones
Ashwaghanda, Rhodiola, regulate cortisol, a hormone, by decreasing it when it is too much, increasing it when it is too little

GABA is found naturally in varieties of green, black, and oolong tea, as well as in fermented foods including kefir, yogurt and tempeh. Other foods contain GABA or may boost its production in the body, including whole grains, fava, soy, lentils and other beans, nuts including walnuts, almonds and sunflower seeds, fish, including shrimp and halibut, citrus, tomatoes, berries, spinach, broccoli, potatoes, and cocoa.


Endorphins boosted
by chocolates and spicy foods

Vitamen D, Vitamen C, Magnesium, Taurine, Caffiene, Chamomile, Melatonin, Fenugreek

Ginkgo Biloba, Curcumin, Magnesium, Green Tea

Adrenal support for bad stress hormones
Licorice root, Curcumin, Vitamin D, Rhodiola rosea

Lemon balm, chamomile, linden

Blood sugar regulation
Cinnamon, American Ginseng, Aloe Vera
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