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Datum: 15. APR 24 - INTERESTING
Foods to Beat Spring Fatigue
Spring differs from winter in that we should eat more varied and vitamin-rich food. If not, we fall victim to spring fatigue.
Food strongly influences our mood throughout the day, so you should pay attention to what you eat. Here are 5 foods that will make you feel more energetic, happier, and optimistic.

1. Pumpkin Seeds
While not typical spring fare, it's good to snack on them between meals because they're rich in zinc, calcium, potassium, magnesium, as well as vitamins B and C. They also contain plenty of amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids, which play a key role in cell regeneration. Besides improving your overall mood, your skin will start to improve within a few days.

2. Parsley
Next time you encounter parsley in soup, eat it. It slows down aging, aids in blood and liver cleansing, and contains lots of vitamins A and C as well as flavonoids. These antioxidants protect the body from free radicals, reducing the risk of cancer development. Plus, parsley speeds up digestion.

3. Carrot
Carrot salad is spring's best gift. Carrots are rich in beta-carotene and vitamin A, which are better absorbed by the body with fats. So, make your carrot salad rich with hemp or olive oil, and other nut oils are also welcome (walnut, almond, coconut...). Carrots strengthen the immune system, improve mucus secretion, and moisturize and rejuvenate the skin.

4. Honey
There are so many negative aspects of sugar that we should remove it from our menus forever. Instead, it's much healthier to use honey, which supports metabolism and is an immeasurable source of nutrients. Always wait for your dishes and teas to cool to room temperature before adding honey.

5. Yogurt with Bran
In truth, bran is what's healthy and combats spring fatigue, but we can't eat them on their own. They shine best when mixed with yogurt, as it's the lowest calorie intake, and it helps curb hunger. Of course, you can also pour bran with hot water and let them sit for 20 to 30 minutes to soften.
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