Stress relief

nutrition for stress relief

Are you feeling overwhelmed?

Are you waking up at night worrying about your next day? Relying on caffeine and sugar to make it through the day because you’re too tired to think or function? Do you feel like you catch every cold or virus that passes by?

Nutrition for stress relief

Stress comes in many forms. Endless to-do lists, financial worries, family demands, and constant multi-tasking are common American habits that add up to mental stress. Unfortunately, many people also deal with insurmountable grief over the loss of a loved one or pet, the emotional and physical demands of caring for an ailing family member, divorce, and unthinkable tragedies.

Stress can also be physical in the form of injuries, illnesses, inflammation, toxin exposure, and certain foods and eating habits.

Stress will make you sick by exacerbating your current symptoms or creating new ones. Thankfully, nutrition can help relieve mental and physical stress.

The following conditions can be related to stress:

Chronic stress can affect the rest of your body

Chronic stress can disrupt hormones, impair the metabolism, drive weight gain, cause digestive distress and make you susceptible to getting colds and the flu. Don’t wait to get your stress under control! We can help. 

A functional and holistic nutrition stress-relief plan incorporates:

right diet

Balancing blood sugar

We'll work to balance your blood sugar through diet changes to avoid sugar spikes and subsequent crashes.


Balancing hormones

We'll help your brain and endocrine organs communicate more clearly to balance your hormones.


Movement and exercise

Implementing movement and exercise routines, including getting out into nature, will help boost endorphins and relieve stress.


Dietary changes

We'll help you make the necessary dietary changes to correct nutrient deficiencies caused by excess stress.


Monitoring cortisol

Specialized testing allows us to measure your daily cortisol rhythm.

stress reduction

Mindfulness activities

Incorporating mindfulness activities will help instill a different perception of daily stressors.

mealtime habits

Mealtime habits

Integrating mealtime habits will help calm your nervous system and maximize digestion.

Through a customized plan unique to your body and lifestyle, we’ll help you feel more grounded and balanced while improving overall well-being.

Nutrition therapy is not intended as a diagnosis, treatment, prescription, or cure for any disease, or as a substitute for medical care. Jen Marshall and Stacy St Germain are not licensed medical providers. Nutrition plans are not intended as a substitution for traditional medical care, nor should be interpreted as medical advice, but instead is an adjunctive and supportive therapy.

Contact us for a FREE 20-minute consultation and learn how you can find balance in your life again.