What foods to eat to boost your energy?
We know the weather hasn't been great these past few days, but we're not going to let that get you down, and neither will you, because we're going to do everything we can to boost your energy to the max. When we are in top form, we want to move more, we are more efficient in the actions undertaken and we are much more optimistic in our minds. So what's the magic list of foods we recommend you eat to be on your best days? The answer below.
Be at the top of your health and your form Ginger :this plant from traditional Asian medicine is renowned for its many properties. Among other things, it allows better digestion of food in the stomach and protects it from aggression. This means that it is an essential ally for your detox cure. Accompanied for example in a tea with lemon, it works wonders. It also has a very positive effect on lowering cholesterol and has a strong antioxidant power.
The lemon :it is an excellent fruit to start the day well and boost your body in the morning. To do this, you just need to squeeze the juice from half a lemon and cut it into half a glass of water. Drink it on an empty stomach in the morning, we guarantee you will feel energized afterwards. In general, you can also add citrus fruits to your diet to replenish vitamin C.
The mate :another plant, to drink as an infusion this time, is an incredible stimulant against fatigue, whether physical (joint problems and aches because you have done too much sport;-)) or mental (weariness and depression). This is why it is highly recommended in Ayurvedic medicine.
The thyme :we usually know it to immunize us against diseases in winter, but did you know that it is a food very rich in iron which therefore acts directly on fatigue? Absorbed in the form of herbal tea, essential oil or sprinkled on your dishes, it will restore your dynamism.
The nuts :it is not only the ideal snack for small appetites, but they are also rich in carbohydrates which allows them to distribute a good dose of energy to your body. Bet in particular on almonds, hazelnuts, flax seeds.