Many vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients are necessary to for energy production, storage, and synthesis in our bodies. Chronic fatigue syndrome and many other chronic instances of tiredness and low energy may be a result of a deficiency in one of these nutrients.
Vitamins, minerals, and nutrients like CoQ10 are needed forenergy to be released from cells. Low levels of iron have been linked to fatigue. Magnesium is a mineral necessary for energy production and muscle function. Zinc, potassium, and calcium are also involved in cellular energy production and storage.
B Complex vitamins are called the "energy vitamins". Vitamin B1 is involved in normal energy production. Deficiencies in vitamins B12 and Folic Acid are associated with chronic tiredness. Amino acids carnitine and creatine are also essential for cellular energy production. Read more about getting cellular energy from the foods you eat at our blog!