Eating to Boost Energy

Olga Pavuka for DeepH
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3 min readJan 27, 2021

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Healthy eating is more than just eating organic, unprocessed foods to stay in shape; it also means keeping your energy levels high.

Different kinds of foods are converted to energy at different rates. Some foods, such as candy and other simple sugars, can give you a quick boost, while others, such as whole grains and healthy unsaturated fats, supply the reserves you need to draw on throughout the day.

Eating healthily can seem like a chore and a challenge for many of us. It’s much easier to grab fast food on the go or microwave an unhealthy ready meal. But the truth is, we eat too much, too quickly and too irregularly. Our bodies resent us for unhealthy eating habits and often punishes us with digestive disorders, food allergies and intolerances.

We’ve turned the word ‘diet’ into something that appears difficult and needs to be accomplished by hitting improbable targets. In reality, your diet is simply the food choices you make. https://www.deeph.io/dead-food-vs-alive-food/

Certain foods are nutritional powerhouses, packed full of vitamins and minerals to help the body with energy production. However, no single food, including those mythical ‘superfoods’, can compensate for unhealthy eating. What’s more, there’s no evidence that one single food can provide an energy boost. Instead, it’s all about balance. What you eat can have…

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