If you can not get rid of the feeling of fatigue, that unbearable heaviness that prevents you from performing at work or in your daily tasks, it is time to find a solution.
Stress, the high pace of modern life, being connected all day, generates us chronic tiredness from which it is difficult to escape.
The first imposed to combat fatigue is to drink coffee, sugar, or sleep, but nutritionists tell us that the best help comes from food.
Dr. Jerlyn Jones proposes us in Greatist eight foods to fight fatigue.
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They’re cheap, many can be eaten raw, and they work.
So there is no excuse not to consume them, if you feel fatigued and recognize that you are not at your best.
A good glass of water
This may surprise you, but according to Dr. Jones, in many cases fatigue is due to mild dehydration.
Water is the fuel for your cells to do their job, so if you’re tired, start by drinking a glass of water.
Bananas have abundant potassium, fiber, vitamin b6, and complex carbohydrates.
A study showed that have the same effect as an energy drink. Haven’t you seen how cyclists and many athletes take them during races?
Full of monounsaturated fats (those that benefit the heart), trace elements, minerals and other nutrients, almonds provide an energy boost.
A handful is enough, since they have a lot of calories.
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Dark chocolate (with pure cocoa) is a proven relaxant. Reduces stress and dilates blood vessels, so it facilitates the transmission of nutrients to all muscles, fighting fatigue.
Also has antioxidants, some caffeine (but much less than coffee), and other beneficial properties.
Oats are rich in fiber, protein, and low on the glycemic index (does not raise your sugar levels).
Take it when you are down, and you will notice how fatigue is reduced.
Of course, it must be whole grain unprocessed oats. They usually sell it in flakes. With milk, yogurt … whatever you like!
Like all tea has caffeine, but without the negative effects of coffee and also with antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients.
It is also good for clearing the mind.
This seed (which you must cook or moisten before) contains fiber, iron, protein, and other ideal nutrients to recover energy.
It is an ancient food, but it has become fashionable in Europe in recent years.