Many people occasionally face fatigue, lethargy, nervousness, chronic insomnia, joint pain and other problems. The arrival of warmer days brings many changes. Adapting to new changes is not currently available. If symptoms persist, be sure to call your doctor. The diet should always be adjusted to the conditions in which we live and the available food for this time of year. This is the first rule. Light, regular and varied meals with limited coffee intake.
Dandelion and lemon-salad of dandelion leaves with the addition of lemon juice helps the body intake of vitamins A, C and B. And the minerals potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, copper and zinc.
Celery-neutralizes the acidity of the organism. Celery supplies us with the natural antioxidants lutein, beta carotene and coumarin. It contains vitamins A, E and K.
Dark chocolate – you should choose chocolate with at least 70% cocoa powder. Dark chocolate stimulates the secretion of serotonin. It is rich in magnesium. It has a positive effect on mood. It is rich in antioxidants that protect the heart.
Citruses contain plenty of vitamin C, the mineral potassium, carotenoids and powerful natural antioxidants. They have an awakening effect on the body. Use citrus juice with pulp (contains fiber useful for the digestion process).
Avocado-contains a collection of ingredients useful against fatigue. It contains vitamin A, B12, C, D and calcium, potassium and oleic acid. In 100 grams of avocado contains seven grams of fiber.
Honey, dried fruits and nuts – fast energy is obtained from honey. A mix of these ingredients provides fast energy and serious support by micro-nutrient intake.