There’s a food movement afoot: Eating well to look, feel, and perform our very best is hot.
“Food, if it’s chosen well, can reshape our medical destinies for the better,” says Dr. David Katz, director of the Yale Prevention Research Center. It can also improve our mood and focus. Here’s how to graze your way to a supercharged you.
Power up: Your stamina
Artichokes. If you’ve been huffing and puffing up the stairs lately, try these spiky-leafed vegetables. They’re loaded with magnesium, a mineral vital for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body, including one of the most important — generating energy, says Forrest Nielsen, a U.S. Department of Agriculture research nutritionist.”If you’re not getting enough magnesium, your muscles have to work harder to react and you tire more quickly.”
Beedie Savage – President of Quantum Units Education