Superfoods to Help with Energy & Fatigue

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"By eating a balanced diet based on slow burning foods such as good fats, whole-grains, proteins and vegetables we can ensure balanced energy throughout the day. "

Re-energise with vitamin and magnesium rich spirulina, chlorella & maca

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Mental fatigue may affect our memory, decision-making and behaviour. But by giving our bodies the right nutrients, we can produce good, steady energy, keeping us focused and alert during the day. Sugary, refined foods, only give us a temporary lift. By eating a balanced diet based on slow burning foods such as good fats, whole-grains, proteins and vegetables we can ensure balanced energy throughout the day. A deficiency in key vitamins may also cause us to feel fatigued. Especially a lack of Iron, magnesium and b12. Meat, fish, pulses and dark leafy greens such as spinach and kale can ensure we are getting plenty, while spirulina or chlorella (some of nature’s richest sources of these nutrients) can help replace what we might be missing. Rest is vital for building up energy reserves. Our bodies rely on these reserves at busy times. We need to find time to relax and rest from our busy, stressful lifestyles, and give our bodies the right nutrients to keep our batteries charged, so we can tackle the day.

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