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Stress can counteract good diet


Stress can counteract good diet
Toledo Blade

Martha Belury, co-author of the paper and a professor of human nutrition at Ohio State University, agreed. She said that it’s important to eat a consistently healthy diet so that when stressful events occur, baseline health is better. Inflammation develops over time, rather than occurring immediately, so an overall diet that includes fruits, vegetables, and healthy monounsaturated fats — olive, canola, sunflower, and peanut oils, as well as avocados — is important for keeping risk low.As for good strategies to lessen stress, Ms. Kiecolt-Glaser said, “Exercise and asking for help are both great.” She also said that “close personal relationships really help during times of stress,” as does “getting enough sleep.”Contact Mary Bilyeu at â¨mbilyeu@theblade.

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