What are the foods that more than others can give us energy to deal with daily and even sports fatigue?
It helps to our daily sports and training sessions to discover which foods help us to gain energy to spend then in our usual activities.
To begin with you will perhaps be surprised to discover that in the first place there are in particular certain seafood such as mussels, clams, oysters, cockles and so on.
They are low in fat and high in protein but above all they are rich in iron and zinc, very useful in the metabolic process.
Spirulina follows closely, an alga whose exceptional properties are already known in many respects. It is a seaweed with a particular blue color very rich in vitamin B12 that prevents anemia and improves the health of the nervous system.
The same vitamin is found in the liver, other marine algae, meat, fish and dairy products. It is invaluable for our well-being.
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Furthermore, the properties of boiled potatoes are not unknown to those who practice sports, as they provide slow assimilation carbohydrates together with vegetable proteins, vitamins B and C, fiber, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and potassium, which helps to regulate hydration levels.
All foods rich in folic acid such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, lentils, spinach and many other dark green leafy vegetables are also very important for the body.
Finally, the positive qualities of bitter chocolate, capable of influencing the levels of serotonin that regulates mood and sleep, and of licorice, which stimulates energy but which should not be abused, are also to be considered.
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