Have you pulled an all-nighter, worked too long, or simply can’t get enough sleep? You have a crucial meeting at work today, and you’re still tired by 10 a.m. Believe it or not, what you choose to eat has a significant impact on your job and daily life results. When the clocks spring ahead in March and the days begin to get longer, it’s the ideal time to emerge from winter hibernation, eat well, and sleep better.
Eating a healthy diet will make you feel more energised, and the following top 5 super foods have been found to do exactly that:
Fish (High in Oil)
Salmon is one of my favourite fish to consume because it’s high in omega-3 fatty acids and protein, which helps to increase alertness and focus.
Yummy! Guacamole is better made with a smooth avocado, and I like it on top of my good Chocolate and Jalapeno Turkey Chilli. Because of the healthier fats present, they are really filling, which keeps blood sugar levels stable and allows you to concentrate on your job.
Hooray! Chocolate is naturally healthy and beneficial to your body! This is particularly true of dark chocolate, which includes antioxidants and cortisol-lowering properties that are linked to elevated stress levels. Snacking on dark chocolate can improve blood flow to the brain, which can help you concentrate better.
A handful of almonds, walnuts, or cashew nuts is not just a nutritious snack, but it will also help sustain a stable blood sugar intake, avoiding those pesky energy slumps that we all know about – offering you the energy you need to get through your busy day.
We’re approaching spring, which means all of those tasty berries will be in season shortly. Their high fibre content helps to keep blood sugar in check, which helps to keep alertness and focus levels up.
If you can’t wait for the season’s berries to arrive in stores, Alive has produced Women’s Energy Soft Jells, which are filled with tasty orange and berry natural fruit flavours and are vegetarian-friendly. They’re specially balanced for ladies, with a rare dried mix of 26 fruits and vegetables, as well as the complete vitamin B complex to support regular energy.
Obviously, there are a plethora of other superfoods that will help you increase your energy levels. One of the most important properties to search for in superfoods to improve alertness is their potential to sustain a steady blood sugar level, which may be a major cause of energy slumps. Keeping yourself energised during the day would help you remain centred and accomplish your objectives.
Can you notice that when you eat more healthily, you have more energy?