It’s summer and you’re spending more time outside, exercising and eating well. But for some reason, you’re still not feeling energized. What's up?
Your body's energy comes from its ability to turn food into energy. Mitochondria, tiny organelles found in most cells, are instrumental in this process. How well mitochondria function can be compromised by many things, including age. But don't despair. Eating healthy and exercising regularly can help mitochondria do their job. Taking vitamins can, too. Consider these nutrients to get your energy up and running again: