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Always feeling that your battery is low? Try these natural ingredients!

General Health | September 19th | By J.S.Chang, RD

 

1. Ubiquinol (CoQ10)

They are made naturally in the body and found in all cells. Heart, kidneys and liver have the highest levels of CoQ10 and is primarily used to produce energy and protect your body from oxidative damage.

When levels of CoQ10 decline, your body’s cells cannot produce the energy they need to grow and stay healthy, which may contribute to fatigue.

Fish, meat and nuts contain CoQ10, but not in large enough amounts to significantly increase levels in your body. Therefore, supplementation with CoQ10 can be beneficial to you!

 

2. Rhodiola Rosea

Rhodiola rosea is an herb that grows in certain cold, mountainous regions. It’s widely used as an adaptogen, a natural substance that enhances your body’s ability to cope with stress. Studies showed that Rhodiola can enhance physical performance and ease mental fatigue.

 

3. Cordyceps Sinensis

Cordyceps is a genus of parasitic fungi that grows on the larvae of insects and since been used as a traditional herb a long time ago. They are thought to increase the body’s production of energy, reduce fatigue and also boost strength.

 

4. Spirulina

Spirulina is particularly good for energy because it takes little time to digest, making it an instant source of vitamins and protein. Research shows that spirulina supplementation reduces muscle fatigue and postpones the point of exhaustion.

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