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Diet against tiredness

March 30, 2010

By Sandra Goģe

The end of winter is the time when our bodies are the most exhausted and when we, especially students, have to care about our energy level and health.

Tiredness can be physical, after work or a workout, but it also can be emotional. More information about causes and symptoms of tiredness find at http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/beating_tiredness.html

“If the tiredness is permanent eat fewer carbohydrates and more often say No to bread and pasta products. Give preference to fresh products of very good quality, because food is one of the most important sources of energy,” says leading diet specialist of Latvia, Lolita Neimane. Experts also suggest not buying ready-made salads in supermarkets or other fast-food products and saying no to products with long usage period. Neimane advises forgetting about ketchup, synthetic cakes and cookies.

It’s better to eat less but more qualitatively – choose vegetables, fish, fruit, seeds, nuts and spices with exhilarating powers. Don’t eat cold products. Instead of coffee and tea give priority to still water. For uplifting mood choose dark chocolate which stimulates happiness. And the main rule in the fight against tiredness – Forget about smoking, drinking alcohol, eating sweets and drinking coffee!

Usually everybody has their own methods of fighting against tiredness, so it would be great if you could share some with us!

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