Overweight and feeling sluggish all day? It’s very commit for overweight people to feel sluggish and tired in the afternoon, even hungry often craving sugar and caffeine. Offices across the America are often full of people getting their caffeine fix and sugar lift from food venders such as pastries, muffins and chocolate. But are you getting the right nutrition or just making the ticking time bomb ready to explode. If you are consistently experiencing a slump in your energy levels at a specific time of the day then you need to address this through your diet. This im ultimately comes down to your blood sugar spikes and crashes. Here are three ways to prevent that.
- Add more veggies- The added fibre and micronutrient content will help ensure that your gut is running optimally and the rate at which your body digests food is more gradual
- Eat right frequently- Doing this will help keep your insulin response and blood sugar level rise down, relatively to having the same calories across maybe 2-3 meals per day have 5-6 same calorie meals.
- Avoid sugar and snacks- The issue is this will actually create an effect where you’ll need another “quick fix” shortly after this one. If your diet is on point you shouldn’t feel the need for “quick fixes.” This is also known as trigger foods.