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Energy

Discover ways to support your energy levels with Centrum. Explore Centrum products that contain energy-supporting vitamins and minerals like iron, magnesium, and B vitamins like B12.

Vitamins and Minerals for Energy Support

We’d all like to spend the whole day at full energy, feeling our best. When it comes to finding a method to support our energy levels, there's several steps to accomplishing that.

First, you should strive to maintain a balanced diet, one that includes plenty of vegetables, healthy whole grains and oils, and a variety of carbs, proteins, and unprocessed fats.

Second, you should make sure to get enough of the right vitamins and minerals for energy like iron, magnesium, and B vitamins like B12.i Taking the right daily multivitamin for energy support in addition to eating a healthy diet can help ensure that you get the vital vitamins and minerals you need throughout the day.

Learn more about healthy foods, activities, and vitamins that can support your energy levels.

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Your Energy Wellness Regimen

Energy-Rich Foods

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Pumpkin Seeds, Almonds and Peanuts

Try snacking on pumpkin seeds, almonds, and peanuts to keep your energy levels up. These are all good sources of magnesium, which is a nutrient that plays an important role in producing cellular energy, muscle contraction and cardiovascular health.ii

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Beans and Lentils

Eat beans and lentils to support your energy levels as they're both good source of iron, which is critical to delivering oxygen to your muscles.iii

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Salmon and Trout

Salmon and trout are good sources of B vitamins, like vitamin B12, which are
essential for energy production. If you don't have enough B12 in your body, it can lead to tiredness and weakness.iv

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Dark Green Leafy Vegetables

Dark green leafy vegetables are always a good idea for they can be a source of iron, a mineral that plays an important role in the body's energy production.v

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Whole Grains and Fortified Breakfast Cereals

Many whole grain breads and breakfast cereals are fortified with the vitamins and minerals you need to support your energy levels and complete your diet.

Lifestyle Tips to Help Your Energy Levels

The way you live can affect your energy levels. Among the most basic tips: Eat a healthy, balanced diet with plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other whole foods. Exercise regularly. Get enough sleep. Manage your stress. Your outlook plays a role as well! Explore these lifestyle tips to help keep your energy on track.

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Take a brisk walk

When you feel your energy levels lagging, get outside and take a brisk walk. Moving your body can help wake you up and stretch your muscles.

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Follow healthy sleep patterns

All of the nutrients in the world won't help your energy levels if you're not sleeping enough in the first place. Try to get adequate sleep each night to stay energized.

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Control stress

Stress can disrupt your life and your day-to-day energy. Mindfulness exercises, meditation, and other practices may help you manage stress that can affect your energy levels.

Key Vitamins & Minerals for Energy Support

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Iron

Iron is an essential mineral for making red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout the body. Not getting enough iron in your diet over time can lead to feelings of fatigue.*

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Magnesium

Magnesium plays an important role in many bodily functions including supporting muscle and nerve function, blood sugar levels, and blood pressure.*

B12

Vitamin B12

This nutrient is essential to keeping your nerve and blood cells healthy as well as helping to create DNA. If you don't get enough vitamin B12, you may find yourself tired and weak.*

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* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.