Stress less

Brazier, Brendan
May 2009
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;May2009, Issue 319, p65
The article offers tips on how to reduce stress. It states that it is important to eat five to 10 fruits and vegetables a day. The author said that simple diet and lifestyle changes can reduce stress and improve overall health. It also notes some exercise must be incorporated into to the busy schedule because it promotes vitality and youthful energy.


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