Who amongst us is in possession of abundant energy? I didn’t think so. The pure and
simple truth is that modern daily requirements for energy are dropping like Alligator
Lizards on the Pacific Coast Highway. The list of things that require us to exert energy
is becoming smaller day by day.
Today’s electronic age has made it easy to order just about anything from the confines
of our home, lessening our need for daily movement. We are starting to see the effects
in everything from our waistlines to our healthcare crisis, as sedentary lifestyles are a
huge contributing factor to obesity, diabetes, hypertension, anxiety disorders and many
The food industry’s answer is to throw sugar and caffeine at everyone. Yes, our body does use sugar as energy and caffeine will certainly give most people a boost, but is this the right answer or just the most profitable one?
The human body requires many different nutrients to ensure proper and effective energy levels, including Vitamin B. Due to the fact that there are over 50 Rx medications (including, but not limited to, antibiotics, anticonvulsants, antidiabetics, birth control, cardiovascular, cholesterol lowering, gout and ulcer meds) on the market that deplete our body of Vitamin B, it should come as no surprise to you that many people are sitting around instead of walking around.
Besides supplementing with a Vitamin B Complex, enjoy the following short list of foods that contain above normal levels of Vitamin B.
Vitamin B Foods soy milk acorn squash watermelon flour tortillas pinto beans mushrooms broccoli eggs tuna poultry (especially chicken breast) fish, nuts, tofu, potatoes and avocados.
As you can see, these foods are easy to incorporate into your daily nutrition plan. Withmore energy comes more movement. George Bernard Show wrote, “People don’t stop playing games when they get old; they get old when they stop playing games.”