If you find yourself dozing off at odd hours at odd places, you would blame it on lack of sleep. But, if you also feel lethargic all the time or after every meal, you may be suffering from the problem of chronic fatigue. There can be many factors that lead to drowsiness and fatigue. If you can’t really point at any obvious reason, maybe your diet isn’t as nutritious as it should be. Here are some foods that you must include in your diet or exclude from your diet to beat fatigue.
6 Diet Tips To Fight Fatigue
1.Refined carbohydrates like white bread and pasta may cause blood sugar level to shoot up and lead to low insulin level in the body. This can cause weakness or fatigue.
2. Avoid caffeinated drinks like tea and coffee. These drinks might boost energy temporarily but too-much consumption of caffeine can be a major cause of fatigue in the long run.
3. Processed and sugary foods are of little or no nutritional value and high-fat content in them lead to depletion of energy rather than increasing it, which other healthier foods do.
4. 60 per cent of the body of an adult human is made up of water. It is an important part of blood in the human system and also helps carry essential nutrients to the cells and flush out toxins from the body. So, keep yourself hydrated by drinking lots of water throughout the day.
5. Chia seed is a highly nutritious food. It is rich in fibre, protein, vitamin, minerals, Omega-3 fatty acids and tons of antioxidants. All these nutrients supply bouts of energy to the body.
6. Although vitamins and other supplements cannot replace the value of natural nutrition that you can get from food, there’s no harm in taking these supplements if your body lacks a particular nutrient and is unable to receive it from your diet.
About Neha GroverLove for reading roused her writing instincts. Neha is guilty of having a deep-set fixation with anything caffeinated. When she is not pouring out her nest of thoughts onto the screen, you can see her reading while sipping on coffee.