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Feeling sluggish, tired, and low energy? The Doctors reveal the 3 healthy foods that can help give you a boost.
Instead of reaching for something filled with processed sugar or a food that is just emtpy carbs, we suggest you grab something like:
Almonds: The healthy nut is filled with a high amount of magnesium, which will help convert the calories you've already eaten into fuel for the body, also they are filled with fiber and healthy fats.
Raisins: These are high in fiber and can help boost your iron levels, and can be a natural way to enjoy something sweet.
Watermelon: This fruit is 93 percent water and can act as a natural way to keep you hydrated and is packed with vitamins A, B6, and C, which can help get your blood flowing.
*Added watermelon bonus: Dr. Ordon says there are ingredients in the melon that are "nature's little blue pill."