When the stress of everyday life becomes too overwhelming, fatigue tends to manifest itself. To face these intense periods which subject the organism to severe test, food has a preponderant role. Here are the foods that should be favored in their meals.
Considered one of the healthiest drinks in the world, green tea provides not only caffeine but also antioxidants like EGCG, which protect the brain, heart and nervous system. Green tea is also great for diabetes.
Nutritionists recommend consuming about 30 grams of oilseeds for breakfast. Hazelnuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews … are rich in fiber and thus improve digestion by regulating intestinal transit. They also help fight against cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and even certain cancers.
Chocolate is arguably the best-known source of magnesium. To fully enjoy it, we will turn to chocolate with a high percentage of cocoa (70%). More bitter, it is also better endowed with magnesium. A small square, or even two, every day will therefore do the greatest good.
Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackcurrants… all red fruits are rich in vitamin C which fights against fatigue. They can be eaten fresh (respecting the seasons, it’s even better) with a little white cheese for example.
Eating eggs makes you feel full quickly. Their proteins will provide energy over time. They also contain antioxidants and choline, essential for the functioning of the brain.