- Apricots are a good source of vitamin A, dietary fiber.
Dates carbohydrates are made up mostly of simple sugars, and these simple sugars are easily and quickly converted into glucose for cells to use as energy
- They’re loaded with essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants
- The iron found in coconut helps you make ATP a source of rapid movement energy — as well as red blood cells that you need for oxygen transport.
It contains a wide range of metabolically important micronutrients, including zinc and vitamin C.
Coconut contains a form of saturated fat called medium chain triglycerides
- Algae is considered by many to help increase speed, energy, endurance and mental ability in athletes
- These fruits are packed with vitamins and nutrients and can provide numerous health benefits
- They also contain high levels of B Vitamins, which promote energy, and minerals such as Manganese, Potassium, Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron and Selenium.
Coconut offers great health benefits thanks to its iron and fiber content
- These natural sugars are actually a low-glycemic index food.
Eating dates are a good way to support healthy heart and muscle function
- A handful of almonds has more protein than an egg, and contains energy-boosting manganese and copper, which limit the free radicals.
Most significantly they are an impressive source of Vitamin E – a powerful antioxidant, which helps protect against cell damage caused by free radicals
- Eating them before and after exercises, especially high cardiovascular exercises, will help fortify and replenish energy levels.
Whilst being high in natural sugars, it must be understood that these are not the same as refined sugars
- It consists of 65% concentrated protein, it contains all 8 essential amino acids, as well as healthy fats and a whole host of nutrients such as B vitamins, vitamin C,D,A and E
- These promote muscle repair, help reduce inflammation, aid healthy digestion, energy and cleansing.
- It is also high in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron, selenium and zinc.
This powerhouse packs a nutritional punch, but also complements workouts, recovery and active lifestyles
- It is best to consume after workouts for rapid healing effects and balancing blood sugar levels.
Additionally, spirulina offers an extremely high source of chlorophyll, salts, phytonutrients, enzymes, probiotics, healthy fats and iron
- Dates are high in the potassium and magnesium electrolytes
- Without proper amounts of electrolytes you can experience muscle fatigue which can lead to a feeling of tiredness even though cell energy levels might be high.
Nuts are nutritionally dense powerhouses
- They bypass the fat storage cells and instead are utilized for energy.
Spirulina is truly the ultimate athletes superfood
Apricots 40%, Medjool dates 38%, Almonds 14% (nuts), Coconut 6% Spirulina 2%.
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