U R What U Eat
Don't worry if all you eat all day is banana's, you're not going to turn into a banana - but your body sure will suffer as even though banana's are a healthy fruit, too much of a good thing can also be bad.
Control what you eat, so that its well balanced, natural and eat your meals without large breaks between them.
What you eat has a huge impact on your energy levels; we have all heard it before but try to stick to what the experts say.
Start the day with a healthy breakfast a combination that release energy slowly through the day.
Swap cornflakes and white toast for a slow releasing raisin toast, porridge, low fat milkshake, all bran, special K and muesli.
Eat energy foods, with low to medium GI glycaemic index , pasta with tomato sauce, chicken or fish, rice, beans, noodles
Eat a lunch that has a combination of carbohydrate and protein – it will give you energy in the afternoon
Drink a lot of water; aim to drink at least eight 8oz glasses. This will give you more energy, reduce constipation, infections and kidney stones.
If you can avoid the process, junky microwave lifestyle, then your giving your body a better chance to stay fit and healthy, whilst helping to protect your body from the modern world epidemic of obesity.
To give yourself an energy boost, eat a bowl of cereal, or fruit such as apples, grapes or bananas.