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There are many nutrients that can have a beneficial effect on your energy levels. Vitamins like vitamin D, vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), vitamin B3 (Niacin) and vitamin B12 are great for this.


Energy & Focus

Energy and Focus

Tired and sluggish, this is how we all feel sometimes. Especially after a long day at work, where you've trudged from one meeting to the next. Mental and physical fatigue are two things we all face from time to time. But it doesn't make you get off the couch to get some exercise. Fatigue can even be unfavourable for your sex life, because you won't feel as much like sex when you are tired.

Energy management in the body

Everyone has their own energy level. Some jump out of bed fresh and fruity every morning, while others really don't have the energy to even throw off the covers. Fatigue can be caused by all sorts of things. You can be mentally very tired due to long working days and not enough sleep. The latter can also cause physical fatigue. Heat can cause fatigue and lethargy, but so can an unhealthy lifestyle. Some people release a lot of energy from food and others a lot less. It is therefore personal for everyone. If your energy balance is not optimal, you will also be much more tired than someone else.


Did you know that getting off the couch and doing something actually gives you more energy? So go outside, because being outside gives you energy. It refreshes your body and mind. A walk in the evening or a nice bike ride can help give you more energy. Exercise and sports help release more energy in the body anyway. It also makes you feel happier, thanks to the production of serotonin and dopamine. These are true happiness hormones. This makes you feel more comfortable in your own skin, which in turn helps with a better libido.

Healthy eating

Vitamins and minerals from fresh, healthy food also help you get more energy. Eat more fruits and vegetables throughout the day, make smoothies with (plant-based) dairy for that extra protein as protein is also good for your energy levels. Drink more water too, if you are hydrated, you will also have more energy. Even in your brain. Although it can give a kick, it is better to leave caffeine-containing drinks (such as coffee and energy drinks) out. The reason is that you get a temporary kick, but your energy boost often disappears just as quickly, leaving you tired again. Also, don't drink alcohol and don't smoke.

Good sleep rhythm

Sleep is very essential for humans. We sometimes tend to ignore our sleep signals and finish a series or stream a film on our tablet anyway. Are you tired a lot? Then turn off all your screens half an hour before you go to sleep and keep away from your mobile. Go to bed at the same time and get up at the same time in the morning. Even on weekends. Try to get at least seven to eight hours of sleep to get enough quality sleep. Doing this for several weeks will reduce fatigue and make you feel more energetic for the day ahead.

Nutrients for more energy

There are many nutrients that can have a beneficial effect on your energy levels. Vitamins like vitamin D, vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), vitamin B3 (Niacin) and vitamin B12 are great for this. In addition, they have a beneficial effect on your nervous system. Herbal extracts of Guarana, spirulina, chlorella and green tea can give you an extra energy boost. And even help you recover after a sporting activity. In some supplements, you'll also come across ginseng. This is not surprising. Ginseng can help improve blood flow in the body. This allows red blood cells to carry oxygen to all cells. And that, in turn, helps fight fatigue.

Persistent lethargy

If you notice that you are still lethargic and tired despite a healthy regimen and supplements, it is advisable to consult your GP. In fact, something else could be going on, such as low vitamin D or B12 levels. Fatigue can also be a symptom of other conditions. These include chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes or glandular fever. Anaemia, thyroid problems and corona also include fatigue as a symptom. Of course, these conditions need to be diagnosed by a doctor. In the meantime, of course, it is always good to keep eating healthy, drinking plenty of water, exercising and sleeping well.

Note that the results of some nutrients are purely based on traditional use and, in many cases, have not been scientifically researched or proven. The health claim for several products is pending European approval. Always read the leaflet before use, do not exceed the recommended daily amount and always consult a doctor in case of doubt or medication use.

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