1. Eating a balanced diet.
A daily intake of the recommended food components and amounts will be essential in supplying the necessary nutrients for a strong body.
This comprises of several foods rich in various nutrients and minerals such as: Iron-rich foods such as lean red meat, fish, nuts and green leafy vegetables.
They help in energy production from glucose. B vitamin sources such as wholegrain cereals, meat, poultry, milk and eggs.
These play a vital role in fueling your body with fats, proteins and most importantly, the carbohydrates.
Magnesium – which is considered an anti-stress nutrient is abundantly found in natural and unprocessed foods such as legumes and seeds.
A point to note is that excessive intake of caffeine is not good for the body and thus should be avoided.
Sure it appears to give you a boost of energy but as you become more dependent on it, the long term effects are not generally healthy, the complex carbohydrates such as those in whole grains and foods are preferred since they help to keep the blood sugar and energy levels stable for a longer time.
Also remember to drink enough water every day!