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Top Energizing Foods

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
Top Energizing Foods

If you wonder why you feel tired after a sleepless night, or if you feel tired without being overworked, look for the answer in the products on your plate.

Malnutrition or overeating bad foods can lead to constant fatigue. If you feel that you are not functioning at 100%, try adding the following products to your menu.

Foods with iron for more energy

One possible cause of the lack of energy could be insufficient iron intake. In women, the factor that a large part of the valuable mineral is lost during menstruation is also a determining factor. This is why we sometimes feel dizzy and lost.


To correct this ailment, eat more red meats, fish and poultry - the main sources of iron. Liver also contains high levels of the mineral. However, pregnant women should refrain from consuming it, because according to experts, the high content of vitamin A in the liver can be dangerous for the development of the fetus.

If you're not a fan of meat, you can get iron from soybeans, lentils, spinach, and fortified breakfast cereals. In general, iron is not easily absorbed by the body, however, increasing the intake of vitamin C would help better absorption. For this every morning make yourself fresh orange juice and others citrus juices.

If your period is very painful, the reason for this may be the loss of more than the permissible amount of iron. Women with problematic periods should greatly increase their intake of iron-rich foods and drinks. As a result, you will feel more relaxed and able to work.

Foods that drain your energy

Eating sweets

You know that over caffeinating can give you a brief boost of energy, but it makes you extremely jittery and irritable in the long run. However, you hardly thought that some foods can do the same to your body.

Refined foods made from white flour, such as cookies, white bread and sweets, can achieve the same "caffeine effect". They have almost minimal nutritional value. They are devoid of fiber, which has the function of keeping blood sugar levels stable. Overeating these foods causes the pancreas to release excessive amounts of insulin.

As a result, you lose energy, the ability to focus.

To protect yourself from these sudden changes in blood sugar levels, your daily menu should be based on regular protein intake, healthy fats and unrefined carbohydrates. This means you will need to increase your intake of brown rice, whole grain bread, oats, fruit, vegetables and legumes.

The regular intake of the listedproducts raises the tonicity and the flow of energy.