What can I eat or drink to give me some energy?
Topic: What can I eat or drink to give me some energy?
July 17, 2019 / By Cacia Question:
I am wrestling at my high school and I don't need to gain weight. I feel tired and feel wore down.
Can anyone help me out?
Best Answers: What can I eat or drink to give me some energy?
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Hmmm well i guess the first question would be to ask if you sleep a lot. Like at least 8 hrs considering you wrestle at school. I work out a lot and i know if i dont get a certain amount of sleep, i feel too tired to work out.
I would recommending drinking orange juice and LOTS of water because they are great in boosting the enegy levels in the body believe it or not. I would advise avoiding the energy drinks because th long term effects if liver and heart disease problems isn't really worth it in my opinion.
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Try adding more water to your diet, Check out the watercure website, lots of useful information on there about the benefits of drinking more water.
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protein, meats, beans, nuts.
carbs too like breads and pastas.
have peanut butter on wheat bread and a glass of water.
also fresh fruit.
be sure to be drinking lots of water everyday and be sure to take your vitamins
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Originally Answered: Best drink to give you energy? -besides energy drinks?
Yerba mate. It's a tea similar to green tea but comes from South America, specifically Argentina, Peru, Brazil, and Uruguay. The active component in yerba mate is called mattine. I've read that mattine isn't caffeine and that it is a type of caffeine. So conflicting view points on whether yerba mate is non-caffeinated energy drink.
When I drink it the energy is not the same as drinking coffee or a Red Bull. The taste a bit bitter like green tea, but with some honey it's a lot better. I found out about it when I was working at a kava bar in Florida. That was over six years ago and I still drink the stuff from time to time.
The bonus is that you can find it all over the internet and per serving is the cheap. The only downer is that you need to make it. The upside to that is that it's pretty good cold, so if you make a lot you can put the rest in fridge and drink it all day.