Energy boost: Summer harvests to beat the fatigue

Carbohydrates, particularly “complex” carbohydrates like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, are the best fuel for physical activity. Protein can aid in rebuilding an immune system worn down by exercise. This combination of diets will help maintain the energy in your body throughout the day. Vitamin C, iron and magnesium are beneficial for the energy-yielding metabolism, which can help with fatigue and tiredness. Even while you can take them in tablets every day, adding seasonal fruit and vegetables will only increase your energy.


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  • Raspberries are an excellent energy booster when the body craves something sweet. They are full of antioxidants and the leaves are beneficial during pregnancy because they can support the uterus in preparing to give birth.
  • Strawberries are high in vitamin C and other antioxidants, which can lower the risk of serious health problems such as cancer, diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. It’s also a good source of magnesium.
  • Apples are celebrated since antiquity for their health benefit. They contains a large amount of vitamins and mineral which can be helpful to regulate the body’s blood sugar level and improve heart health.
  • Grapefruit is high in vitamin C, which can lower the risk of heart disease, kidney stones, and other inflammatory illnesses including asthma. They are also cleansing. Consuming whole a grapefruit supplies you with 100% of your daily vitamin C requirements.
  • Dates strengthen immunity and are high in potassium, which regulates heart rate and maintains a healthy nervous system.
  • Mango contains 2/3 of our daily vitamin C intake. They are known to boost immunity system and the reduce the symptoms of cold and flu.
  • Jackfruit is higher in vitamins and minerals than in apples, apricots, and bananas. They contain a lot of vitamin C and B, potassium, and magnesium. They are abundant in antioxidants, which protect cells from harm and aid in the proper functioning of your body.
  • Soursop is originally from South America/Caribbean. It contains a lot of vitamins C which is boosting the immune system.


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  • Asparagus helps with respiratory and can ease menstrual pain. It contains detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, and energy-boosting effects.
  • Bell peppers are full in antioxidant and vitamin C. Green pepper contains twice as much vitamins C as an orange, red pepper offer a superior amount of antioxidant and nutriment than any other peppers. However red and yellow peppers contain 3 times as much vitamin C as an orange.
  • Broccoli have been studied for its medicinal properties, it included antibacterial and immunity boost activities. It produces a lot of vitamins and minerals your body needs to function properly.
  •  Peas are high in iron, which helps with fatigue. It is also high in vitamin C, which helps the immune system and gives you more energy.

Liberating your energy body helps your physical and chemical bodies to regulate themselves, providing a healthier basis for relaxing and relating to others. Eating food full of vitamins will reduce the fatigue and improve the energy throughout the day. Having a balanced lifestyle, drinking enough water, and sleeping well will also contributes to increase the mind and body energy throughout the day.

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