Nutrients like Acetyl L-carnitine, an amino acid derivative, have been shown to help the body produce energy. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid nutrient found in red wine, the skin of apples and onions (especially red onions), berries, buckwheat, and green tea. Quercetin has a positive effect on blood sugar, and energy expenditure, supporting optimal metabolism.
Certain foods are good for keeping stress at bay because they contain key nutrients like magnesium and B vitamins. Magnesium levels tend to decrease when we’re stressed. This can lead headaches, muscle aches and an overall sense of fatigue.
Very recent research shows that women can actually reduce the odds of developing breast cancer by consuming a Mediterranean-style diet as well as a diet high in luteolin, which is a natural plant-based flavone found in broccoli, celery, thyme, parsley, green pepper, chamomile tea, and olive oil.