How to use nutrients to boost your body energy?

The complex interaction between several compounds of our daily diet and the functioning of our body is a fascinating universe. By simply selecting specific micronutrients in our food, we can beneficially modulate core physiological processes such as energy metabolism and cerebral blood-flow reducing fatigue incidence and improving physical/mental recovery. Discover our dietician’s tips to adopt healthy habits. 

Increase your B vitamins


It has been noted that deficiencies in both B vitamins and CoQ10 are associated with fatigue and a number of conditions related to compromised mitochondrial function (an essential part of the cell that is involved in energy production).  Of particular relevance here vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 are essential co-factors in mitochondrial activity and cellular energy production. These vitamins can be found mostly in whole grains, legumes, seeds, dried fruits, green leafy vegetables, pulses, and avocado. 


Natural antioxidant

Oil Nuts

Coenzyme Q10 is an effective natural antioxidant synthetized by our body at a low rate with a fundamental role in cellular bioenergetics and numerous known health benefits. Coenzyme Q10 is an essential element required for the production of energy. Nuts, and some oils are the richest nutritional sources of CoQ 10, while much lower levels can be found in most dairy products, vegetables, fruits, and cereals. 

Powerful "chronobiotic"

Pistachios energy

Melatonin, the primary hormone of sleep, is a powerful "chronobiotic" that helps maintain the body's normal circadian rhythms (an internal process that regulates the sleep-wake cycle). Studies indicate melatonin provides its sleep-promoting efficacy by promoting the ability to stay asleep, and by enhancing the depth of sleep, in other words melatonin is crucial to ensuring sleep quality, brain recovery, brain performance next day and less fatigue. Top rich foods in natural melatonin are walnuts and pistachios which might be an excellent snack in the evening to promote good sleep and recovery.


Cellular protection


From improved vision to skin health, mental sharpness and better muscle performance, natural astaxanthin is one of the most valuable ingredients. Derived from the microalga Haematococcus pluvialis, astaxanthin is a natural carotenoid. Unlike other antioxidants, its unique structure enables it to target free radicals in the inner and outer layer of the cell membrane, thus protecting cells from oxidative stress. In doing so, astaxanthin can boost muscle endurance, counteract fatigue, reduce inflammation and enhance capillary blood flow in the brain. As a fat-soluble compound with an affinity for fatty tissues like the brain, astaxanthin is an antioxidant of choice for cognitive health and neuroprotection.



CLP Antioxidant Boost

Based on 100% natural ingredients like birch, hibiscus flowers, elderberries, artichoke leaves, milk-thistle leaves, turmeric rhizomes, green tea leaves, fennel leaves and blueberry leaves, this one-month cure helps to purify and detoxify the body, it drains and strengthens microcirculation, assists digestion and regulates transit, boosting your energy to its fullest.