In this fast-paced world we seem to be getting more and more exhausted. While low energy levels can be attributed to an underlying medical condition, sometimes it simply comes down to what we're eating or drinking.
Afternoon slump sound all too familiar? According to a 2015 Southern Cross Healthcare Group survey, 66% of us feel tired, fatigued or not up to par at least once a week, while 24% feel like it nearly every day.
To learn about natural ways to boost our dwindling energy levels without having to resort to energy drinks, coffee and chocolate bars, Monty met up with Healthy Food Guide nutritionist Claire Turnball.