Top 4 Dinner Recipes That Helps With Insomnia, Anxiety, And Stress

Stress, anxiety, or insomnia can straightforwardly show harmful consequences for the body, and by implication, expand medical issues. Furthermore, there are numerous destructive physiological changes because of constant pressure. Our capacities to settle on quality food decisions can likewise get bargained under pressure and nervousness. Rather than going after a tub of frozen yogurt, understanding what sound alternatives are accessible, we can use the quieting properties of homegrown enhancements and teas and invigorating food varieties.

The restorative modalities referenced in Stress/anxiety/insomnia Management are to receive a nutritious eating regimen. A legitimate eating regimen can offset the effect of Stress/anxiety/insomnia by reinforcing the insusceptible framework, balancing out mindsets, and diminishing pulse.

Below is a list of nutritious and DIY edible items that can help you get rid of insomnia, anxiety, and stress. Let’s get started!

  1. Chocolate-Peanut Butter Protein Shake

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Protein Shake

Total Preparation + Cooking Time – 5 mins Recipe Serving – 1


Unsweetened Vanilla Soymilk: 1 Cup

Sliced Frozen Banana: ¾ Cup

Reduced-Fat Plain Greek Yogurt: ½ Cup

Cocoa Powder: 1 Tablespoon

Natural Peanut Butter: 1 tablespoon

The Recipe: 

  • Step 1: Mix soymilk, yogurt, banana, peanut butter, and cocoa powder in a blender.
  • Step 2: Blend all of these ingredients until smooth.
  • Step 3: Serve as it is.
  1. Lemony Labneh With Pistachios

Lemony Labneh With Pistachios

Total Preparation + Cooking Time – 12 to 24 hours Recipe Serving – 3


Plain Yogurt (Low-Fat Recommended): 1 Quart (4 Cups)

Salt: ¼ Teaspoon

Shelled Pistachios: ¼ Cup

Agrumato Lemon Oil Or Olive Oil: 1 Tablespoon

Fresh Parsley (Chopped): 1 Tablespoon

Lemon Zest: 1 Teaspoon

Ground Sumac: ¼ Teaspoon

The Recipe:

  • Step 1: Line 4 cheesecloths on top of one another, and place that on a sieve.
  • Step 2: Place it in a bowl. Make sure you leave at least a 3-inch distance between the bowl and the sieve.
  • Step 3: Whisk the salt and yogurt in a separate bowl.
  • Step 4: Pour the mixture on the sieve with a cheesecloth with a spoon until the yogurt bowl is empty.
  • Step 5: Keep it in the fridge. After you get at least 1 cup of liquid in the bowl, check if the yogurt is thick. If not, refrigerate for more hours. (Max 12 to 24 hours)
  • Step 6: Add oil, pistachios, parsley, sumac, and lemon zest. Serve cold! 
  1. Cauliflower-Carrot Golden “Rice”

Cauliflower-Carrot Golden “Rice”

Total Preparation + Cooking Time – 20 min Recipe Serving – 6


Roughly Chopped Carrots: 1 Cup

Cauliflower Florets: 1 Medium Head

Extra-Virgin Olive Oil: 1 Tablespoon

Ground Turmeric: 2 Teaspoons

Cayenne Pepper: ¼ Teaspoon

Ground Cumin: ¼ Teaspoon

Salt: As Per Taste

Lemon Juice: 1

Italian Parsley Leaves: ¾ Cup Chopped

Golden Raisins: ½ Cup

Raw Almonds: ½ Cup Chopped

Lemon Wedges: For Serving Optional 

The Recipe:

  • Step 1: Pulse the carrots in a food processor until they gain a ‘rice’ like texture. Set aside.
  • Step 2: Repeat step 1 with cauliflower florets. Mix it with processed carrots.
  • Step 3: Place a skillet on the stove, fix the heat to medium, and heat the olive oil. Once heated, add carrot, and cauliflower rice to the oil.
  • Step 4: Add cayenne, turmeric, a pinch of salt, and cumin. Then let it cook for 3 minutes.
  • Step 5: Once the rice becomes tender, turn off the stove, and add lemon juice. Stir it well.
  • Step 6: Add chopped almonds and raisins to the parsley.
  • Step 7: Serve when warm.
  1. Curried Butternut Squash Soup

Curried Butternut Squash Soup

Total Preparation + Cooking Time – 50 min Recipe Serving – 4~6


Liquid Extra-Virgin Coconut Oil: 1 Tablespoon

Yellow Onion Diced: 1 Medium

Thai Red Curry Paste: 3 Tablespoons

Butternut Squash: 1 Medium (About 2½ -2¾ Pound                                                                                     Roughly ½-Inch Cubes)

Coconut Milk: 1 13.5- Ounce

Low-Sodium Vegetable Broth: 2 Cups

Low-Sodium Tamari: 1 Tablespoon Plus 1 Teaspoon

Coconut Palm Sugar Or Brown Sugar: 1 Teaspoon

For Garnish (Optional):

Pomegranate Arils

Freshly Chopped Cilantro

Chili Oil 

The Recipe: 

  • Step 1: Take a heavy-bottomed vessel, and heat the coconut oil in it over medium flame.
  • Step 2: Add chopped onions. Sauté until it looks translucent.
  • Step 3: Then add the curry paste. Let it cook until you get the smell of sweet flavors (2-3 minutes).
  • Step 4: Add, and stir coconut milk, butternut squash, tamari, vegetable broth, and sugar. Keep stirring till the mixture boils, and then lower the flame top minimum.
  • Step 5: Cover it with a lid, and let it cook for 30 minutes.
  • Step 6: After the squash becomes tender, make it into a puree using a blender. (Recommended to be done in batches. Also, cover the hole on the lid of the blender with a cloth).
  • Step 7: Garnish the soup with cilantro, pomegranate, and chili oil. Serve warm!


Incorporate one of the above items into one of your meals daily. It helps in detoxification and enables you to breathe better. If you are in a critical situation, health-wise, it is also suggested to avoid fried food. Remember, the better the quality food we put in our body, the healthier our organs are.

Himanshu Shah
Himanshu Shah
Himanshu Shah is the chief marketing officer at 99HealthIdeas.Com, and he is also a young enthusiastic writer who is gumptious and talented. He has sound analytical and technical skills. He is a blogger, Digital Marketing Expert who likes to write about health and fitness.

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