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1) Fueling Up

With enough fiber and protein in your diet, you can help prevent temporary constipation (which can cause you to feel sluggish) and help keep your muscles strong. Select contact us for fiber suggestions.

2) Keep it Steady

A large meal causes a blood glucose spike and forces more blood to the gut and away from the brain, making a person feel listless and less alert. To maintain healthy blood glucose metabolism, you should eat small frequent meals, consisting of complex carbohydrates and protein, spread evenly throughout the day.

3) The B’s Have it

It is important to incorporate foods that are rich in B vitamins and iron because adenosine triphospate (ATP), the molecule that carries energy for the cells, depends on these and other nutrients to function.

4) Let Your Cup overflow

Dehydration can reduce blood volume and diminish blood flow to the organs, slowing down the brain and its function. Drinking the right kind and right amount of fluids is key to keeping the body hydrated. Drink liquids such as water and green tea, instead of coffee and soda. Click on this link for more information on water filter for home and travel.

5) Moving Right Along

Inactivity can trigger fatigue. Set aside time to exercise like you would for any other appointment. If 30 minutes a day seems like too much to start with, break it down into three 10-minute chunks spread throughout the day.