Happiness On Your Plate by Your Sports Coach

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The anti-burnout foods recommended by your sports coach.

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables is good for your physical and mental well-being..

By combining several types of foods, our hormones of happiness can increase. There are 4 major chemicals in the brain that influence our happiness:





Resting on simple bases, such as eating colored vegetables at each meal, whole grains, fruits, fish and fewer industrial products, “bad fats” and sweets, will promote wellness messages in the brain


Foods boosting our neurotransmitters:

The banana

Due to their high levels of tryptophan (serotonin), bananas help overcome depression and improve your mood by producing stress-relieving relaxation.

Ideal before a workout, eating a banana will increase your energy and sustain your blood sugar as well as protect against muscle cramps.

Combining a banana with black chocolate, rich in magnesium and antioxidants, this explosive mixture will give you the push and energy for the whole day

Recipe: A few slices of bananas melted in dark chocolate



Have a preference for acacia, lavender or orange honey (soothing compounds) to promote the balance of the intestinal flora. In addition to its probiotic effects, it improves athletic performance. Studies show that it is one of the most effective carbohydrates before a workout. Easily digested, then released into the metabolism at a slower and steady rate.

Recipe: 1 drop of mandarin essential oil diluted in 1 teaspoon of honey with simmering water.


Green leafs vegetables

Rich in vitamins (A, B, K), but also in minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and antioxidants. It is the ideal cocktail for a detox, decreasing blood pressure and improving circulation as well as fighting nervous breakdown.

Excellent for digestion, low in carbohydrates and calories, your best friend and ally to lose weight.

Recipe: Toasts garnished with avocado flesh and spinach sprouts


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