Stressed out? Eating right may help take the edge off
Stress. It plays havoc with emotions and takes a physical toll. But what if there were ways to diminish its effect.
The answer may be both simple and complex involving food and chemistry, choice and determination.
“Change is the No. 1 problem for people,” said Aimee Jambor, Brainerd School District nurse. “We are dealing with change all the time whether it’s in jobs or at home ... and that naturally creates stress in our life.”
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