Have you ever experience the feeling when there is no desire to get out of bed? The day looks grey even if there is sunshine knocking on your window. Or that feeling when you didn’t do a lot of physical actions but our energy battery is out of work?
Well, believe me, or not but the very possible reason for that may be the lack of essential vitamins in your body (P.S. I’m talking about healthy people who don’t suffer from some specific illnesses). Our body needs nutrients and vitamins to feel energized, in love with our lives, capable of conquering the day every day. And when it doesn’t get it from the food we consume on a regular basis, then well… it’s time to reconsider the benefits of your diet.
So, what are these 3 magical vitamins that can help you rock this world? Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty.
In general, we get it from the sun, and technically we need just 15 minutes a day to fill ourselves with its daily dose. But when there is no sun around and the weather is more than ugly? Then, we have to turn to the specific food that contains a lot of it. Fatty fish, egg yolks, broccoli, cereal are the ones that are rich in Vitamin D. What will happen if there is a lack of it in your body? Well, loss of hair, bone density, being more likely to catch various illnesses, back pain, fatigue and tiredness, and even depression are the upset results you may probably face with.
You can’t get it from the sun yet you can get in from various products that are on the shelves of each supermarket. Magnesium is responsible for regulating muscles, calm the nervous system, reduce stress and fatigue, and even fight sleep problems. And yeah, when there is a lack of it in your body, you can experience all of these problems listed above. Your muscles can get a week, you may face muscle twitches and cramps while feeling depressed and having high blood pressure. Eat more spinach, pumpkin, soybeans, nuts (Brazil nuts and almonds), dark chocolate, chia seeds, brown rice, beans to fill your body with a daily dose of Magnesium.
Oh, you have probably heard of it a lot. Everybody talks about calcium. But why? Calcium is responsible for strong bones, teeth, and nails while the lack of it can cause hypocalcemia — a disease, which leads to depression, numbness, memory loss, muscle cramps, weak nails, and even hallucinations. Where to get enough calcium? Eat more cheese, yogurts, salty fish, broccoli, nuts, beans, leafy veggies, milk, products made of fortified flour.