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These Foods Stop Fatigue In Its Tracks

Adding whole foods into our eating routine can help you stay energized throughout your day. In comparison, processed foods can and probably will worsen your fatigue. Fatigue is the overall feeling of lack of energy. It is something many people feel for many different reasons. Regardless of how long you have felt fatigued, here are some of the best foods to try that could give you a big energy boost.

Chia Seeds

Because of the healthy fats, filling fiber and carb content, chia seeds are a perfect source of energy. By having only two tablespoons of chia seeds, you will get around 24 grams of carbs and a big dose of 4,800 grams of omega-3s, which are anti-inflammatory and heart-healthy.

In a recent study, it was proven that chia seed consumption by athletes gave as much energy as sports drinks.

So enjoy these seeds by adding a tablespoon into a morning smoothie or an afternoon yogurt.

Bananas

Bananas contain a good quantity of potassium, which is essential for converting sugar into energy.

Experts have discovered that this food also contains many other beneficial nutrients that can fight tiredness, including ingredients like B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, omega-6 fatty acids, carbohydrates and fiber.

Because of this, a simple 1 banana in the afternoon can give you a big kickstart of natural energy.

Watermelon

It’s not well known but dehydration is among the top reason for not feeling rested. With watermelon having such high amounts of water, it is a great addition to any eating plan for those who feel fatigued. 

Watermelon contains a surprising 90% water, plus an assortment of vitamins and antioxidants. It also has the amino acid L-citrulline, which has been shown to reduce muscle soreness (a common symptom of not getting enough sleep).

Kale

Finally there is Kale. This green superfood is loaded with vitamins and antioxidants. With iron being among its top ingredients.

Iron is essential for bringing oxygen through your body for your cells to use as energy. Which of course means that low iron levels can mean lack of energy.

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