The One Thing You Should Do Daily For Instant Energy

 

Fatigue doesn’t only involve feeling tired. It can leave you feeling sluggish with a lack of motivation, which is not suitable for the woman conquering the day. If your body is struggling to keep up with your busy lifestyle it might be time to turn to supplementation. Give your body a little extra help, and reap the benefits quickly!

We all know that being tired sucks. The early mornings, work through the day and the work that waits for us at home certainly tests us. The hours of the night slip away, and before you know it the alarm is going off and it’s back to square one. So what can you do to combat fatigue? Simple! Take magnesium. Forget dozing off in line for your morning coffee have a large, double-shot, extra-hot skinny magnesium to go instead!

Magnesium won’t only help with your fatigue, but it will help your body work better. It will keep the blood well oxygenated, which will ensure muscle functioning. Magnesium is a required component, which is responsible for transporting energy within our cells.

The daily recommendation for magnesium intake is 400 milligrams, so if you’re not into taking supplements through pill form there are many natural foods you can try that carry a lot of magnesium:

Raw spinach

= 79 Mg (of magnesium)

Raw spinach carries with it many more health benefits than just magnesium. It’s low in fat, lower in cholesterol, spinach is high in zinc, all your vitamins and iron.

Pumpkin seeds/Sesame seeds

= 262 Mg / 351 Mg

With a high infusion of magnesium, pumpkin seeds tend to be the people’s favorite. Boasting other health benefits, pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses packed into a small packet. Sesame seeds proving to be even higher are also an easy one to grab for a healthier option.

Almonds

= 268 Mg

Almonds contain a lot of healthy fats. They boast many health benefits that help lower blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Another secret of theirs is that they reduce hunger, and helps with weight loss!

Avocados

= 29 Mg

Known as a superfood, avocados are deliciously healthy. Avocados are the only fruit that provides a substantial amount of monounsaturated fatty acids. They also help to reduce cholesterol!

So next time you find your eyes dropping at your desk, dozing on your commute home or snoozing the alarm clock, have no fear…magnesium is here!

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Fatigue doesn’t only involve feeling tired. It can leave you feeling sluggish with a lack of motivation, which is not suitable for the woman conquering the day. If your body is struggling to keep up with your busy lifestyle it might be time to turn to supplementation. Give your body a little extra help, and reap the benefits quickly!

We all know that being tired sucks. The early mornings, work through the day and the work that waits for us at home certainly tests us. The hours of the night slip away, and before you know it the alarm is going off and it’s back to square one. So what can you do to combat fatigue? Simple! Take magnesium. Forget dozing off in line for your morning coffee have a large, double-shot, extra-hot skinny magnesium to go instead!

Magnesium won’t only help with your fatigue, but it will help your body work better. It will keep the blood well oxygenated, which will ensure muscle functioning. Magnesium is a required component, which is responsible for transporting energy within our cells.

The daily recommendation for magnesium intake is 400 milligrams, so if you’re not into taking supplements through pill form there are many natural foods you can try that carry a lot of magnesium:

Raw spinach

= 79 Mg (of magnesium)

Raw spinach carries with it many more health benefits than just magnesium. It’s low in fat, lower in cholesterol, spinach is high in zinc, all your vitamins and iron.

Pumpkin seeds/Sesame seeds

= 262 Mg / 351 Mg

With a high infusion of magnesium, pumpkin seeds tend to be the people’s favorite. Boasting other health benefits, pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses packed into a small packet. Sesame seeds proving to be even higher are also an easy one to grab for a healthier option.

Almonds

= 268 Mg

Almonds contain a lot of healthy fats. They boast many health benefits that help lower blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Another secret of theirs is that they reduce hunger, and helps with weight loss!

Avocados

= 29 Mg

Known as a superfood, avocados are deliciously healthy. Avocados are the only fruit that provides a substantial amount of monounsaturated fatty acids. They also help to reduce cholesterol!

So next time you find your eyes dropping at your desk, dozing on your commute home or snoozing the alarm clock, have no fear…magnesium is here!

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What do you think of magnesium for energy?


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  • I love taking magnesium. That is usually the first sign of anything causing fatigue. Also helps with cramps because it helps elevate muscles

  • Definitely going to have a go trying this out! Thank you!

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  • daphne siy

    Trying this out soon! Yay!

    http://poshpossibilities.blogspot.com/

  • Peppermint Dolly

    Great list, will have to give it a go!

    Rebecca
    xx
    http://www.peppermintdolly.com

  • Nice to see that some of my favourite foods made the list! ♥

    Amy // Snippets of Amy

  • Avocados are my favorite to add to salads or toasts =o)

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  • granny franny

    I usually have my vitamins with a morning shake with protein and spinach but still feel tired. Maybe I’m just getting old ugh

    • amy

      Maybe you should do some blood tests? Maybe it is not about magnesium, iron etc, but about vitamine C, D …?
      Good luck though!

      • roxann

        I’ll definitely do that. I’ve noticed a little pep in my step when I go out side on my break, or could just be in my head. But yes definitely going to look into having a few tests.

  • Raw cacao nibs work like magic too! Such a great pick-me up and completely natural.

  • Mila S

    dark chocolate is amazing for energy!
    literally – 2 squares is enough!

    ♥ Mila

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