Asparagus

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There are many benefirs of eating asparagus, but if you suffer from chronic anxiety, then this should be one of the first vegetables you put on your plate for your next meal. Asparagus is high in thiamine and folic acid – two compounds that are highly involved in the functioning of the nervous system. Folic acid helps to regulate your mood by manipulating the production and release of neurotransmitters, which can keep your anxiety levels down. Adding grilled asparagus to just one or two meals per week can significantly impact your stress and anxiety levels.

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