If you are feeling tired and fatigued it could be due to a number of important reasons - from a health issue to hormone imbalances or lifestyle factors and you should always consult your doctor to rule out a medical cause.
If you’ve done that but still feel tired it might well be your nutrition that’s leaving you feeling flat. A balanced diet that provides all the macro and micronutrients your body needs is vital for energy.
Some important things (not an exhaustive list) to remember about energy are to always drink enough water throughout the day 6-8 glasses in addition to the water from food. Cutting down on refined sugars can also help as will getting your 5 a day and incorporating starchy carbohydrates into your diet and eating well at regular intervals. Don't skip breakfast and ensure your breakfast has a good balance of slow release carbohydrates, healthy fats and protein to help you feel fuller longer and help with sustained energy release.
How Might Using That Protein Help with energy?
That Protein Happy Happy Hemp and Baobab contains a number of vital nutrients the body needs to reduce tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin C is a key vitamin that has been proven to help reduce tiredness and fatigue * when adsorbed in adequate amounts. The raw organic Baobab powder in That Protein’s Happy Happy Hemp and Baobab is an excellent high source of this important vitamin.
A lack of iron can also leave you feeling tired. One serving of That Protein’s Happy Happy Hemp and Baobab will provide you with around a 5th of the recommended daily intake of this mineral.
Having enough Protein in your daily diet is also important for vitality. The “average” person needs around 0.75g protein per kg of body weight according to NHS England. so you can work out what your target is. Protein should be eaten throughout the day. That Protein’s Happy Happy Hemp and Baobab is high in Plant Protein.
To boost your intake of these nutrients that are vital for energy, try adding your Happy Happy Hemp and Baobab organic super protein powder to smoothies, porridge, baking, yoghurt or make delicious energy balls for an on-the-go healthy snack.
* source EFSA