What Are The Best Vitamins for Energy - Muscle Media Magazine

By Muscle Media

 

Maintaining high natural energy can be hard even if you have a balanced diet, get enough sleep and exercise daily. Fortunately, there are many vitamins and supplements that can be helpful in increasing your energy. Below are the four best vitamins and supplements to increase your energy on a daily basis.

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Vitamin B12

A great supplement to add to your diet for an increase in energy is B12 and the other B vitamins. B12 helps to transform the food you eat into energy that your cells can use. This vitamin also helps to keep your bodies nerves and its blood cells healthy. It can also help to prevent anemia which can make you feel tired and weak throughout the day. Great foods that can provide you with natural vitamin B12 and other B vitamins are animal proteins, fish, and dairy products. Although this may not be enough natural B12 and other B vitamins, it also may not be enough for adults who are deficient in these vitamins. That is why taking additional B12 and other B vitamins for energy are great.

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Iron

A necessity for your body is having iron. In your body iron is used to make hemoglobin which is the protein that can be found in red blood cells. This helps to transport oxygen from the lungs to the organs and tissues in the body. When you are low in iron it will your red blood cells cannot function properly. The red blood cells will not effectively carry the oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body.  When the iron doesn’t reach the parts of the body it needs to it can cause anemia. Which will cause you to feel sleepy and weak. Adding iron to your diet can help to decrease the possibility of anemia happening. Iron can be found in foods such as spinach and other leafy greens. But for adults who are deficient in iron adding leafy greens to your diet may not be enough.

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Creatine

An easy supplement to add to your stack for an increase of energy is creatine. Creatine is naturally found in red meat, pork, fish and poultry. These are quick and natural ways to add creatine to your diet. ATP or Adenosine triphosphate is the main exchange for energy. When you use energy your body is using your stash of ATP. Creatine is a great way to create ATP. ATP is used mostly for short term bursts of energy. It is used in things like sprinting or jumping.

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Melatonin

One vitamin that you may not realize works in increasing your energy is melatonin. This vitamin can be a naturally made hormone and it plays a role in helping you sleep. It is most naturally produced in the early morning and the beginning of the night.  When you supplement melatonin it is a great way to alleviate insomnia you may have. When you are suffering from chronic insomnia it can cause you to be tired, sleepy and low on energy. When you use melatonin it can help to make sure that your body isn’t going to be low on energy. It is a great idea of energy supplements.

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