Kitchen. What foods help fight fatigue?

We need energy throughout the day and certain assimilable foods in different forms. Magnesium and iron are principles that help facilitate the passage of energy as well as carbohydrates and proteins.

Almonds

To give a coup de fouet, but also for a better collar for the best plus sucrée things, eat a portion of dried fruit. The best are almonds that are full of protein, fat and fiber. I prefer them without additive. You can even include them in homemade cereal bars!

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Thanks to its rich intake of lipids, magnesium and vitamins B and E, avocado is a surprise in the foods to be preferred to assimilate energy. In addition, consuming it will help regulate your bad cholesterol.


Citrus fruits are full of vitamins. Photos Shutterstock

Ginger

It is well known today that ginger is a very useful food to combat fatigue. In fact, it will activate your blood circulation and stimulate your brain activity to get your tone.

Citrus fruits

We must not forget the citrus fruits, which are full of vitamins. Lemon can even be found in almost every dish because it goes well with everything! This will help the proper assimilation of iron of plant origin. If not, feel free to spice up your dishes or prepare aromatics, brewer’s yeast or wheat germ. This will be a good supplement in minerals and antioxidants.

Le chocolate dark with 70% cocoa is an ally with plein d'énergie.  However, you should not abuse Shutterstock Photography

Le chocolate dark with 70% cocoa is an ally with plein d’énergie. However, you should not abuse Shutterstock Photography

Dark chocolate

Eh yes! Rich in iron and magnesium, dark chocolate with 70% cocoa is an ally for energy. However, it should not be abused… It is a sweet and fatty food and should not exceed a portion of 30 g per day or the equivalent of a square of chocolate.

This list is not exhaustive and you can also turn to thyme, ginseng, valerian, goji berries, bran, squash seeds, broccoli, kiwis …

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