Posted on: 01.10.2022 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

June 13, 2004

Fatigue & Low Energy

Energizing Soup Recipes

Many vegetables are high

in calcium, magnesium, and potassium — important minerals that

help improve stamina, endurance, and vitality. Beans and peas are

a particularly good source of these minerals.

Lentil Soup

1 cup dried lentils

2 carrots, chopped

3 teaspoons vegetable stock

1 onion, chopped

4 cups water

Wash lentils. Place all ingredients in a pot. Bring

to a boil, then turn heat to low, cover pot and simmer for 15 minutes

or until lentils are soft. Vary the amount of water depending on

the desired thickness of the soup.

Split Pea Soup

1 cup dried split peas

2 small carrots, sliced

3 teaspoons chicken stock

1 onion, chopped

4 cups water

Wash peas. Place peas, onions, and carrots in a

pot with chicken stock. Add water. Bring to a boil, then turn the

heat to low and cover pot. Cook for 45 minutes. Add sea salt to

taste, and continue to cook until peas are soft. Soup may be cooled,

then pureed in a blender if you prefer a creamy texture.

Read More on Fatigue & Low Energy:

Getting Started

Acid Overload

Stress Can Wear You Out

Conquering Fatigue: A True Tale

Keep it SIMPLE Energy tip — Chamomile


Nutritional Therapies

Anti-Fatigue Diet

Nutrients for Boosting Energy

Mighty Minerals that Fight Fatigue

Foods Rich in Potassium and Magnesium

Complementary Therapies

Energizing Soup Recipes

Acupressure for Fatigue Relief



Leave a Comment