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Vitamins, Minerals and Other Nutrients to Relieve Fatigue

Fatigue means mental or physical tiredness, weakness or exhaustion usually caused by prolonged or intense activity, but also possibly caused by disease, lack of adequate nutrition or other anomalous factors. Chronic fatigue can be greatly improved by eating foods that increase energy levels and support the immune system. If you have Chronic fatigue syndrome, health experts recommend that you try to maintain good health by eating a balanced diet and getting adequate rest; exercising regularly but without causing more fatigue; pacing yourself-physically, emotionally, and intellectually-because too much stress can aggravate your symptoms.

Get more information on chronic fatigue syndrome.

These vitamins & nutrients can help in relieving fatigue:

VITAMINS

MINERALS

MORE NUTRIENTS

Which foods to eat?

Fresh fruits; green, leafy vegetables; whole grains; tuna; chicken; lentils; nuts and seeds

Cautions: Eliminate possilbe sources of food allergy from your diet, particularly dairy products and wheat. Alcohol, smoking, refined foods and caffeine all deplete energy levels.

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