It is common knowledge that fruits are a food group that guarantees an energy intake due to the fructose level and the vitamins they all carry. The most energizing fruit are grapes, peaches and citrus fruit dew to their high fructose content.
The most fruits have a large content of vitamins, predominant C and through it a large energetic potential. Of course the fruits can be replaced by fruit juice under the condition this is home made not bought from the supermarket. Of course the bottled juice gives energy but because of the sugar addition, after the sugar rush it produces, the energy disappears very fast.
Most of the seeds such as sunflower and pumpkin are very rich in proteins and minerals and their presence in a person’s nutrition is an important source of energy. These little seeds are also a source of magnesium and iron.
The polyunsaturated fats they contain are benefit for the cardiovascular system and help the blood flow to the heart and brain.