Oats is a very healthy natural grocery. Like other grains, oats are rich in dietary fiber, protein, B vitamins, iron, magnesium and selenium. Thanks to that, they contain low glycemic index that causes abrupt changes in the level of sugar in the blood from which we feel tired.
While all nuts are very tasty they are also high-energy products. 52 grams of mixed nuts provides 300 calories and 50 grams of fat. Perhaps this sounds bad, but still, here it is unsaturated fatty acids and combinations of good fat. Consume more almonds, walnuts or hazelnuts and you will certainly have more energy.
Dried fruit is sweet but it will not “hurt you” like chocolate or other sweets. Dried fruit contains fiber which slows down digestion and give a feeling of satiety, which can lasts for hours.
Brown rice is rich in B vitamins that act as catalysts. This grocery has the lowest glycemic index, and this has encouraged the production of energy in food.
Lean red meat
Lean red meats (especially liver) is rich in iron. Actually the iron does not provide energy, but without it you will be very weak. Iron is necessary to enter in your body because it produces hemoglobin, which is found in red blood cells and carries oxygen throughout the body. Situation is that iron causes anemia, and the most common symptoms are tired and lack of energy.
Iron can be found in beans, green vegetables, lentils, and dried fruit.
Tip: Iron if faster and better absorbed by the body if it is combined with vitamin C. (example: Combine lean red meat with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice).