3. Green and leafy veggies
Caffeine is not the steady source of energy. The green leafy vegetable is a good substituent of coffee.
They are rich with iron, folic acid, calcium, vitamin A, E, K, and C. They also contain magnesium in them. These nutrients help in preventing anemic conditions and fatigue.
You can add a salad or vegetable smoothie to your chart to boost your energy.
Add bananas to your diet chart. They are rich with potassium that keeps your body hydrated. They are rich with phytochemicals that facilitates the healing of injuries.
Getting sufficient sleep, eating properly and drinking plenty of water are three key rules to enjoy a healthy life. Sometimes dehydration drains your energy and makes you feel lethargic.
So, drinking enough water will keep your body boosted and eliminates woozy feeling.