Fatty foods before stress? Brace for a 1.74% hit on vascular function and 39% less brain oxygenation.

The Stress-Fat Connection

Beyond physical health, fatty meals serve a blow to mood and cognitive prowess during and post-stress.

Mood on the Menu

High-fat intake pre-stress prolongs impairment in vascular function, hindering the body's stress recovery.

Recovery Roadblock

Your brain on fat – witness a 39% drop in oxygenated haemoglobin during stressful moments.

Cognitive Consequences

Fruits and veggies to the rescue! Rich in polyphenols, they shield vascular function from the stress onslaught.

Polyphenol Power

Opt for low-fat delights to minimize the toll on your body and mind during challenging times.

Healthy Stress Allies

Discover the role of diet in stress management and why it's crucial for your overall well-being.

Food as Medicine

High-fat consumption pre-stress is a recipe for brain fog, affecting your ability to think clearly.

Brain Fog Alert

Crafting a diet plan to aid stress recovery – it starts with mindful choices and understanding food's impact.

Recovery Diet

Can your plate prevent stress fallout? Learn how to arm yourself with the right food choices.

Preventive Plate