Vitality Drinks for Energy and Good Health
Fatigue and exhaustion are probably among the most common reasons why people visit a doctor, and this is nearly always a fruitless exercise. Of course, you should be checked out to make sure you don’t have a thyroid problem, that you’re not anaemic, or that there isn’t some other underlying medical cause.
For the majority of people, however, it’s a question of simply learning to eat better. Avoid the high-sugar, refined-carbohydrate foods that give you an instant but short-lived lift, a massive outpouring of insulin and, over time, increase your risk of diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.
Instead, try these recipes for drinks that combine slow and quick-release energy, reduce the risk of diabetes, and help boost your vitality and improve your overall health at the same time.