Diet, exercise and nutrition play an important role in energy levels, so be sure you're covering all your bases.
Diet, exercise and nutrition play an important role in energy levels, so be sure you're covering all your bases. This information is not meant as medical advice.
|Energy Source||Daily Intake||Age Group|
|Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus)||100-200 milligrams (solid)||all ages|
|B-vitamins||500-1,000 milligrams||all ages|
|Vitamin C||500-1,000 milligrams (x3)||all ages|
|Zinc||25-50 milligrams||all ages|
|Iron||10-20 milligrams||premenopausal women only|
|CoQ10||50 to 100 milligrams||50 and older|
|Grains||6 to 11 servings||all ages|
|Vegetables||3 to 5 servings||all ages|
|Fruit||2 to 3 servings||all ages|
|Dairy products||2 to 3 servings||all ages|
|Weight-resistance training||3 days per week||20-40+ as health allows|
|Exercise||30 minutes a day||all age groups|
|Yoga||once per week||all ages|
|Reiki||once per week||all ages|
— Heather Graham
Sources: U.C. Center for Human Nutrition; Mayo Health Clinic; Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine (Prima) by Michael Murray, N.D. and Joseph Pizzorno, N.D.; The American Council on Exercise; The Herb Research Foundation.