3 Ways To Add Power To Your Diet

3 Ways To Add Power To Your Diet

Are You Tired?

How often do you get to rest? Like really rest?

I bet it isn’t often is it?

I t isn’t for me either. I work a 2 hour commute away which means I leave my house before 7am and drive along the freeway guzzling coffee until I get to work when I guzzle more coffee.

On my way home I am literally about the drop, so when I return home around 8pm the last thing I want o do is hit the gym or go to rugby training. The latter I have given up on because I just don’t get home early enough.

So I do hit the gym and by the time I have finished everything it is about midnight before I get to bed to do the whole cycle again.

At the weekends I play rugby which leaves precious time on Sunday to try and recover.

Does this lack of time and freedom relate to you? Do you have children, job, family, (mistress?) and other commitments to attend to?

Everyone seems to be plagued with plenty of jobs and multiple roles yet so little time. It could be suggested that with the advent and rise of ‘mobile working’ things have gotten worse.

Clients and employers want immediate answers, even if you are topping up your tan in Malibu.

With so much connectivity it can be hard to switch off, not to mention trying to look good and project the image that you have everything under control on social media.

The irony is, even when so exhausted, out minds can never really rest and then we cannot sleep properly, and I am sure we can all agree that we need more rest.

Plus, you cannot build muscle without proper rest as that is when our growth hormone secretes.

What Can We Do?

Well we could do with ensuring our diet is spot on.

We need lots of good nutrients to help the body and mind operate. It is no secret that Nootropics provide key vitamin and minerals to ensure that your brain is functioning optimally.

Therefore, you could try these three ways to ensure that your body and mind are topped up with the nutrients required so that your can power through your day and even look like you own it.

  • Sea Vegetables

Popular in the Far East for centuries but it is only recently that the West has come to appreciate just how powerful sea vegetables really are.

Also commonly known as dried seaweed, it packs a nutritious punch that far outweighs much of its soil grown counterparts.

In fact sea weed has the broadest range of the broadest range of minerals of any food, containing virtually all the minerals found in the ocean. These are the very same minerals that are found in human blood.

They also offer excellent bio-availability to meaning that your body can utilize as much of what you consume as possible.

High in iron these are great for those suffering from anemia,

  • Magnesium

Much of the developed world appears to be deficient in Magnesium and if you are looking to build muscle, this just isn’t acceptable.

Not only can it aid better sleep, which also aids growth hormone secretion in turn helping you build muscle and shed fat but it does also increase you otherwise flaccid levels of natural testosterone production.

Sufficient Magnesium also helps you absorb other nutrients properly too which means less waste and more benefits.

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  • Medium Chain Triglycerides Oil

The benefits of coconut oil seem to be never ending and always in front of us via some media channel.

Well, MCT oils are an power upgrade. It’s like filling you Camaro with 95 rather than 87 gas.

These MCT oils helps your body function properly, including improvements in cognitive function, providing higher levels of energy, metabolism increases, and levels off your appetite which can help you lose weight.

So try including these 3 simple additions to your diet to help provide your body with the optimal fuel it requires to run like a dream and prevent mental and physical exhaustion.

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Ben BA(Hons), PGCert

Ben established this site to be a free resource in 2015. Since then it has gained over half a million visits. He has always been interested in sport and he started playing rugby at the age of 6 represented his town, county and school. Ben also enjoys cycling, has started skiing and is in the Army Reserve representing his Regiment as part of the 150 Regimental Shooting Team. He holds a bachelor's and postgraduate degree in sport exercise & nutrition.

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