The Daily Meal ran the article “Nutritionists Suggest Cooking With These 12 Ingredients to Boost Energy” on its website and included Tory Tedrow’s commentary, which you can find on slide seven. Her role and affiliation with Content Checked Holdings (OTCQB: CNCK) is clearly mentioned with a link back to the company’s website. Ms. Tedrow, RD, CNSC is a registered dietitian with the company.
There’s no way around it: Diet is directly responsible for a large portion of your energy level. You can caffeinate and catnap as much as you want, but without making nutritious food choices, sustained energy just isn’t feasible.
When looking for such energy, certain foods function more effectively than others. We’ve reached out to nutritionists in order to identify the best ingredients and modes of eating to keep your body full of energy throughout the entire day.
“Lentils are a protein-packed, iron-rich food,” says Tory Tedrow, RD, CNSC at ContentChecked. “Iron is needed to create the oxygen-transporting protein hemoglobin. When people don’t eat enough iron, they develop iron deficiency anemia and experience symptoms such as general fatigue, weakness, and shortness of breath due to the lack of oxygen in their body. Combine iron-rich foods [such as lentils] with foods high in vitamin C, such as oranges, to maximize iron absorption.”
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