If you ever feel lethargic or fatigued after you eat, you’re eating the wrong foods. Tiredness is one of the symptoms which indicates an imbalance of energy which is the product of various factors. Fatigue can be a normal and important response to physical exertion, poor eating habits, emotional stress, boredom, or lack of sleep.Try to choose foods that release energy more slowly and give you a gradual boost of long-lasting energy
Provides an essential nutrients for cellular function helping to produce energy in the body, because it helps to stabilize heart rhythm and blood pressure, remove toxins and regulates activity in the intestines and kidneys. It also influences muscle and nervous activity, helping to keep a healthy balance of fluids. Can easily be lost when sweating during physical activities, it is also used as a diuretic. A lack of potassium can cause excessive fatigue, heart palpitations, confusion and depression. Found in bananas, pears, grapes, apple cider vinegar, salmon and some vegetables.
Vital for the cellular function that helps the body to produce energy. Supports the muscular and cardiac functions and transmits nervous impulses. It is recommended for cases of exhaustion. Found in meats, walnuts, milk, maize, sesame seeds, chestnuts, broccoli, almonds and grapes
Found in the body’s cells, it is the most abundant mineral in the body after calcium. It is necessary for the chemical reaction in the body to capture, transfer and store energy, for the formation of the bone structure and for the nervous system and brain functions. A lack of phosphorus can cause weakness, mental confusion, loss of appetite, anaemia and general low resistance to illnesses
juice for vital energy:
Extract grape juice and place over fire until it forms a syrup. Mix with an equal amount of honey, let cool and place in a bottle. Drink 1 tablespoon, mixed with water twice a day.
remedy for tiredness:
Juice – 1 lemon, take out the seeds and add sugar and water. Drink to fight extreme fatigue, to give you an instant pick-me-up
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