How You Can Get Your Daily Necessary Energy

July 8, 2009

Diets & Nutrition

If you want to survive your stressful daily life look no further than in your own plate. With a little help you’ll learn how to add more refreshing energy on your plate.

Breakfast: fill it up

1.Choose to eat slow digesting glucose. After a long night’s fast your body needs fresh new energy which you can get from barley and corn flakes, muesli or whole grain bread. They poses the daily magnesium requirement and vitamins B which are the primary stress combatants

2. Protein contribution. Proteins represent the base of a healthy diet, and you can get them from dairy products, bacon and eggs.

3.Vitamins. Vitamin C keeps you in shape. Choose to eat a fresh juicy fruit instead of unhealthy sodas. I recommend oranges, kiwi and grapefruit.

Lunch time: keep it up

1. Fruits and vegetables should be a priority. If you want to get all your daily vitamin and mineral requirements you should eat some vegetables with every meal and at least 2 fresh fruits per day.

Don’t forget about proteins. Since it’s not recommended to eat meat every meal you’ll need to get animal protein from other sources such as eggs, cheese and fish.


Snack time

1.Keep up your muscle tone. If you are someone that exercises late in the day, eat dried fruits. They are the perfect solution to recharge your batteries because they contain 4 times more sugar, fibers and calories than fresh fruit. They contain lots of magnesium, vitamins and minerals (potassium, iron, copper) which the muscles love.

Dinner time: get ready for bead and for tomorrow.

1. Rice, peas, whole cereals and fish These are the ingredients that allow your body to produce insulin, a hormone that keeps blood sugar levels in check and helps you have a good night’s sleep. You should eat these with vegetables sprinkled with virgin cold pressed olive oil.

2. Again proteins. It is favorable to have a constant and stable energy source for your muscles rather than a chaotic input.

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