Best Fatigue Fighting Foods

Not Just Any Old Carb

Foods with a high glycemic index (GI) provide a quick burst of energy, whereas low GI foods provide longer-lasting energy.

No Meal Skipping

eating at regular times – three meals a day and a snack if you need it – to keep energy levels on an even keel.

Porridge Power

Oats count as a low GI carb that releases sugars into your system over a slower period than refined carbs like white bread and many breakfast cereals.

Fruits And Veggies

Filling one third of your plate with fruit and veg is a good rule of thumb. Don’t underestimate the power of fruits and vegetables to boost vitality

Vitamin C-Rich Foods

Vitamin C is your anti-fatigue friend in several ways. It helps improve the uptake of anaemia-protective iron from your die

Have Tuna For Lunch

Tuna is a great source of protein,To help minimise the afternoon energy dip, having some protein at lunch is always a good idea

Swap Potatoes For Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes have a much lower GI, providing a much more steady supply of energy.

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