To get the most out of Summer Fun, follow these tips to keep up your energy levels up
Protein is your Buddy
Incorporate protein (like lean chicken or turkey, eggs, fish, low-fat dairy, nuts and beans) into meals and snacks whenever possible, which also slows the absorption of carbohydrates into the blood. You'll feel energized and productive for hours after eating!
Limit Refined Carbohydrates
Concentrated sources of sugar like soda and other sweetened drinks, candy, baked goods, jam, and syrup can create radical spikes in your blood sugar — which often leaves you feeling tired a couple of hours later.
Eat Every Four to Five Hours
The four-to-five-hour eating strategy can dramatically prevent dips in your blood-sugar levels.
Keep your Body Hydrated
Water is necessary to maintain a healthy body and a clear mind. In fact, about 60 percent of your body is water; so you must stay hydrated to function efficiently. remember the 64 ounce ruke to maintain hydration.
Enjoy some Java
Caffeine is currently the most widely used stimulant in the world, and scientific studies confirm that caffeinated beverages like coffee can help keep you temporarily alert and focused. Just keep it light and not loaded by adding cream and sugars.
Your mom and grandmother was right!! — breakfast really is a super-important meal! Numerous studies have shown that eating a healthy breakfast can help people feel better both mentally and physically during the morning hours.
Get Enough Shut -Eye
Research proves that sleep deprivation can be detrimental to your health and weight not to mention your mood, so aim for seven to nine hours of sleep each night.