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Wholesome Menu from dietitian Anna Korobkina

A resource state is when a person feels full of energy and strength, ready to solve problems of any complexity. Nowadays, we are all subject to stress. Stress affects our psyche and immunity, and, accordingly, health and youth.

The good news is that we can protect our body from the effects of stress with a diet that will promote:

- serotonin production (responsible for positive emotions and reduces the level of anxiety);

- melatonin production (regulates the main cycle of sleep and wakefulness, increases stress resistance);

- obtaining antioxidants (they are the first line of defense of our body from the effects of stress).

We have developed a nutrition program for you, especially rich in products that will help you improve your mood, reduce anxiety, help get rid of chronic fatigue syndrome and STAY IN A RESOURCE STATE UNDER ANY LIFE CIRCUMSTANCES.

Anna Korobkina is a nutritionist at the Israeli Hadassah Hospital, chief specialist of the Center for Expertise and Quality Control of Medical Care of the Ministry of Health of Russia, TV expert and one of the best professionals in nutrition in Russia.

For our “Wholesomeness” program we’ve put together 5 balanced daily diets (4,500 ₽ per daily set), which are designed to lift your mood, boost your immunity, decrease anxiety and help you dissipate chronic fatigue syndrome.

  1. Serotonin boost Serotonin is needed for successful communication between nerve cells. It also fosters positive emotions, lifts our mood, and reduces anxiety. Studies have confirmed that depression, anxiety and insomnia are often associated with a lack of serotonin. Hence, by increasing the level of the hormone in blood, we reduce the unpleasant symptoms.
  2. Melatonin boost Melatonin helps our body regulate the sleep-wake cycles and internal clock and increase stress resistance. As we age, the body produces less and less of the sleep hormone melatonin. Scrolling through the news feed when in bed, falling asleep with the TV on or with the curtains not closed tightly enough, we reduce the level of melatonin. And the lower it is, the less sound our sleep is, the worse the body recovers after a hard day, continuously accumulating fatigue and reducing stress resistance. 
  3. Antioxidants When it comes to preventing oxidative stress, antioxidants serve as the first line defense. The cause of oxidative stress is the excessive accumulation of free radicals in the body, which is triggered by stress and other external factors and leads to immune disorders. 
  4. Omega-3 Sufficient intake of omega-3 slows down the production of cortisol, a stress hormone. 

For 5 days, try to eat meals that are not just healthy, but also delicious and you may find yourself discovering a new zest for life.

You can also select a 5-day set of the resource menu at the touch of a button.