Can Vitamins Really Give You Energy?

I was at a party a few nights ago and someone was complaining about how tired they are all the time. They wake up tired, don’t have enough energy for the gym, their sleep is abnormal, can’t focus at work, etc., etc… Maybe something you can relate to?

I was at a party a few nights ago and someone was complaining about how tired they are all the time. They wake up tired, don’t have enough energy for the gym, their sleep is abnormal, can’t focus at work, etc., etc… Maybe something you can relate to?

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Someone who was listening to the conversation then said “just take some vitamins, they’ll give you lots of energy”.

Unfortunately, That’s Not Accurate!

The truth is that vitamins do not directly serve as a source of energy, but they aid the enzymes that generate energy from the FOODS you eat — such as proteins, carbohydrates and fats.

Thus, they play a major role in helping out in the chemical reactions that leads to the generation of energy.

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So it’s foods + vitamins = MORE ENERGY

WARNING #1:

But taking vitamins by themselves, in the wrong combination may cause LESS energy due to imbalances. More on this in a minute…

Vitamins For Energy

As you know, there are dozens of vitamins… so, which are the best and in what amount?

best vitamins for increasing energy levels

  • B1 helps form adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which every cell of the body uses for energy.
  • B2 helps build red blood cells. Women who are anemic, need more of this vitamin.  This also turns your pee bright yellow. It works with B6 for energy metabolism.
  • B3 works in combination with CoQ10, to optimize mitochondria – which is the “powerhouse of energy”.
  • B5 helps release energy from sugars, starches, and fats.
  • B6 is important for protein metabolism.
  • B7 – Biotin boosts your metabolism and allows your muscles to contract better. It’s also important for hair, nails and skin.
  • B12 helps increase your metabolism (but too much, will also increase your appetite).
  • C helps in the synthesis of carnitine, which helps utilize fats for energy.
  • D3 is vitally important. It’s formed from the sun. It interacts with the sleep hormone, Melatonin. It increases mental energy.

So these are the most effective. You’ll notice most of them being the “B Vitamins”, which as stated earlier — help turn the foods you eat into more usable energy.

WARNING #2:

The main problem is that you can’t just go take a bunch of vitamins or a “B Complex” vitamin and expect to have more energy.

There is a REAL SCIENCE with the ratios and dosages!

Otherwise, if you take too much of one, it’ll create a deficiency in another vitamin and you’ll have even less energy and more problems. Does this make sense?…

My Personal Favorite Solution

Additionally, if you want more energy both mentally AND physically, you’ll need more than just vitamins. There are a few very effective and safe herbs and amino acids that can dramatically boost your energy levels.

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Many years ago I was always tired because of too much work, school, responsibilities, stress, not sleeping enough, etc., etc. Something I’m sure you can relate to.

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