Friday, 4 August 2017 | Editor
Despite the best marketing efforts of a huge drinks company, energy is not something you can buy in a can. Energy is actually something that your body makes. You supply the raw ingredients (aka food) and your body quickly gets to work on the complicated process of making energy. Since your body needs energy for lots of everyday functions, not just to move, but to digest food, even to think and much more, itís crucial that this process is well supported and thatís where a bit of know-how comes in handy.
Wednesday, 2 November 2016 | Editor
Iron deficiency can leave you with little energy even of you are not anaemic. In a study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, symptoms of fatigue significantly improved in premenopausal women who had low iron stores but were not anaemic after supplementing with iron. Read more here about iron and how it helps the body and what you can do to help alleviate the problem.