Various fruits and vegetables shot at Atlanta Kroger grocery store.
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If you're worried your team might not win the "big game" on Sunday, try serving some "stress-busting foods" at your party.
Some items you'll want to add to the menu to take some of the tension away.
"Blueberries are high in a pigment called anthocyanins. It's an antioxidant that really helps to calm your nerves. It helps to stabilize your blood-sugar levels and it gives you a more stable energy throughout the day," says Amy Jamieson-Petonic, a registered dietician with the Cleveland Clinic.
Some other foods to consider to help calm your nerves: dark green, leafy vegetables, fish, and foods high in vitamin A and C.
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