Don’t you feel well rested after waking up?
Are you someone who needs several coffees to get through the morning? Have energy drinks found their way into your routine? What about the 4 p.m. crash when you seek out sweets and refined grains?
If all of this sounds familiar, take a look at the quality and quantity of your sleep and how you fuel your body each day.
When we turn to processed foods with added sugar for energy, we only feel worse. Natural, whole foods can give us the boost we need to feel light and energized… without the crash.
Fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, and foods high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants provide our bodies with nutrients that counteract fatigue and sustain us throughout the day.
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Source(s) / Reference(s):
Effects of banana drinks taken for fatigue reduction
Beets can improve energy levels and performance
Cognitive functioning, sleep quality, and work performance in non-clinical burnout
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01:00 Beet benefits
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