Vitality - Intellectual Performance
Throughout the year, irrespective of our age, we suffer "explainable" losses of energy: seasonal viral attacks, lack of sleep, intensive work, etc. In such circumstances everyone can find appropriate solutions: specific energy vitamins such as C, ginseng and other plants traditionally recognised as boosting vitality.
But if tiredness persists, you should then consider restoring your disrupted cellular equilibrium through supplementary trace elements and vitamins, notably B vitamins. Without these nutrients no chemical reactions are able to take place within our cells. They are like cellular kick-starters - over-consumed due to modern lifestyles but paradoxically lacking in our diet.
If you are burdened by the pressure of work, if exams are on the horizon or if you permanently work in front of a screen, add to your menu plants or fruits that provide intellectual energy (ginseng, yerba mate) or which help to maintain the circulation (ginkgo, blackcurrant, blueberry) and nutrients that support cognitive function (zinc, vitamins B5 and B6).