7 Stress and Anxiety Busting Recipes
The natural approach to dealing with stress and anxiety includes eating wholesome nourishing and organic (where possible) food. These 7 stress and anxiety busting recipes will help you to feel a little less overwhelmed and relieve tension on days when it is all getting a little too much.
- An easy side salad that holds many benefits is this fennel and rocket salad. Not only does it provide bitter flavours that help to stimulate digestive juices, it also helps in the production of dopamine. Adding seeds to the salad makes it even more nutritionally dense because they are a rich source of Magnesium. Magnesium deficiency is thought to increase food cravings and affect mood.
‘Green leafy vegetables like spinach contain folate, which produces dopamine, a pleasure-inducing brain chemical, helping you keep calm,’ says Heather Mangieri, RDN, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Ramadan Rejuvenation Plan
Ramadan Rejuvenation Plan – Ramadan is the perfect opportunity to revitalise our minds, bodies and souls.
Herb butters are one of my favourite things ever. Simply because when you have an excess of herbs and you need to preserve them, this is one of the perfect solutions.
Benefits and uses of Sage
Who knew that Sage was so amazing? Not me. Didn’t have a clue! That is why I put together this post to highlight the benefits and uses of Sage. I have also covered this on my Instagram feed but not everyone does Instagram right?
Other names of sage include – Salvia officinalis, Salviae folium, Broadleaf Sage, Common Sage, Dalmatian Sage, Garden Sage, Kitchen Sage, Narrow-leaved sage, Sage, Salvia, Sarubia, Spanish sage, Tibbi Adacayi
Cleansing Benotine Clay Mask
I have very recently started to use a cleansing benotine clay mask. I generally put it on my face first thing in the morning and just go about my day forgetting I have it on until I scare the life out of myself when I walk past the mirror.