Nutritions to Relieve Fatigue

Are you feeling tired all the time? Does season changes impact you negatively? This situation might appear because of lack of rest along with irregularities in the diet. In case of insufficient Niacin, B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid and vitamin C, as well as iron, potassium, chromium, selenium and iodine might cause a weakness. Did you know some of the nutritions sets barriers for tiredness? Let's have a look these nutritions:

Fish: it has to be consumed 2-3 times weekly as it includes niacin and vitamin B2, iron, chromium, selenium and iodine minerals. Canned fish is also beneficial as they contain the mentioned nutrients in similar proportions to fresh fish.

Oil Seeds: Hazelnut, peanuts, almonds and walnuts frequency of consumption is essential as they include Niacin and vitamin E, iron and potassium minerals. However, all of them contain high energy have to be careful of the amount consumed. Consuming nieveful amount provides numerous benefits. 

Green-Leafy Vegetables: These vegetables are rich in vitamin C, E and B2 along with iron and potassium minerals. It is recommended to choose the dark green ones (spinach, arugula, chard, mint, cress). Consuming these vegetables raw or steam-cooked for a short-period within high temperature will prevent vitamin and mineral loss. 

Egg: with its rich proven sources, eggs recognised as the "Example Protein". It includes Niacin, vitamin E and B2, as well as iron, chromium and iodine minerals which accepted as the same quality protein as the Brest milk. It is such a healthful food with its high amount of unsaturated soils. Opposite of what some think, due to lecithin content, it does not have a cholesterol-increasing effect. However, if there are health problems such as high cholesterol, blood pressure, liver fat, it could be consumed two times weekly on different days. If a person does not have such heart problems, it is suitable for everyday use however not recommended to consume it with ground beef, pastrami, pepperoni or butter

Legumes: It is such essential nutrition to prevent tiredness with its, NiacinNiacin, vitamin B1 and B2, as well as iron and potassium ingredients. Therefore, legumes such as dry bean, chickpea, lentils, dried kidney beans, dried beans, dried kidney beans, soybeans should be consumed 2-3 times a week.

Whole Grains: They are rich in NiacinNiacin, vitamin E, B1 and B2, and potassium, chromium, iodine and a small amount of iron mineral. They contain in brown bread, wheat, whole wheat rice, pasta, noodles and flour. It is recommended to stay away from processed cereal-based foods to avoid fatigue. 

Dairy Products: Milk, yoghurt and cheese contain niacin and vitamin B2, as well as iron, potassium, chromium and iodine mineral. It is recommended that it is better to consume semi-skimmed milk or skimmed milk. It is good to keep it away from the sunlight, in a cold environment.

In addition to all these nutriment groups, fruits such as lime, apricot, kiwi, grape, avocado, banana and vegetables such as parsley, cabbage, celery, pea, carrot, potato, radish, artichoke, mushroom, onion, beetroot, garlic and sunflower seeds, liver, and green tea are defined as anti-fatigue foods.

Moreover, regular exercised also keeps the body vigorous. On the other side, alcohol, fizzy drink, fast food, offal, high-fat and sweets fizzy drink may cause tiredness. Especially in the midseason periods in the case of feeling tired or a week, it is best to seek medical advice from your doctor and obtain a multivitamin for daily use.