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Add These Energy Boosting Foods to Your Diet

Are you always complaining of low energy and being tired all the time? Does your back hurt and do you always feel like sitting or lying down? Are you in

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Are you always complaining of low energy and being tired all the time? Does your back hurt and do you always feel like sitting or lying down? Are you in no mood to do house chores or go anywhere? The answer to all these questions is a simple change in your diet. The biggest complaint that doctors are facing nowadays is fatigue. Adding energy-boosting foods to your diet can cause a big change in how you feel throughout the day. While there are many multivitamins one can take to boost energy levels there are certain foods that can boost your energy.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are small but provide a lot of energy as they contain Vitamin B and antioxidants. They are also easy to incorporate into meals. Simply blend them into your morning smoothie or add them to your eggs and salads.

Pineapple

Pineapples not only taste great but are packed with Vitamin C. It is an energy-boosting fruit and keeps you feeling fresh. Pineapples are anti-inflammatory and contain disease-fighting antioxidants.

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Peas

Peas strengthen your immune system and even a small bowl of peas gives a good boost of energy. Having peas daily will keep you energized and not feel tired. They also lower the risk of diabetes and heart diseases.

Kale

This leafy green is not the best tasting but is a great way to boost energy levels. Kale not only keeps you energized but is great for weight loss as it has minimal calories. You can have kale for breakfast, blended in smoothies for lunch as a salad, and even for dinner in sandwiches.






Aizah Hasan

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