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Top Foods For Fighting Daylight Savings Fatigue

The clocks going forward (in the south-eastern states of Australia) we will have sacrificed an hour of sleep for the privilege of an extra hour of daylight. Never fear, Janine Allis, founder of Boost Juice has called out her favourite foods for fighting fatigue.

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Janine Allis’ Top Foods for Fighting Fatigue


Being full of antioxidants and healthy carbohydrates, Banana’s are the optimal fruit for instant energy. They are easily digestible with natural sugars that break down quickly for a rapid energy boost.


Citrus fruits are packed with vitamin C and natural sugars. They’re best eaten fresh and with pulp, and are a good source of fibre that provides increased energy levels.


Strawberries are a bona fide superfood and provide a delicious way to combat fatigue. They contain are full of antioxidants are also super low in calories.


Pineapples are a rich source of manganese, an essential element for energy production. They are a rich source of fibre and are great for boosting your immune system.


Kale is a nutritional powerhouse. It’s high in minerals, great for an energy boost and is a key source of calcium.


Honey is a natural source of carbohydrates and is known for its effectiveness in instantly boosting performance.

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