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jonutrition 3 years ago

I agree with most of the comments about nutrition. you need to balance your blood glucose by eating a diet with a low glycemic load (protein at very meal/snack, and low GI carbs) Supplements such as B vits, vitamin C and magnesium can help as the body uses up more during stress. It's also important to find out what stage of stress you are at as then you can adjust your supplement and exercise program according to your stress level. if you are in exhaustion stage it would be inappropriate to do aerobic/strenuous exercise. yoga can be very beneficial whatever your stress level. You could consider getting a stress test with a qualified nutritional therapist such as myself.

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