1. Vitamin C
Very important for the immune system. No one likes to be sick. So have some fruit or veggies that is rich in vitamin C with your breakfast or for a mid-morning snack.
Try: oranges, grapefruit, and peppers
2. Vitamin D
The sun. No, I'm just kidding. The sun does provide you with a good amount of vitamin D, but it's not always shining! Salmon is an awesome source of vitamin D. Start eating a little bit more of it, and you'll notice some differences in your mood and your skin!
Try: salmon, eggs, and mushrooms
Raise your hand if you don't like to drink milk. ME. I don't feel well if I pound a big glass of milk. Yes I know they have alternatives for it, but I just don't like it. There are plenty of other great foods out there to get you your right amount of calcium to keep your bones nice and strong!
Try: broccoli, spinach, and almonds
4. Omega 3 Fatty Acids
These will help not only with your mood but also with keeping your skin nice and hydrated and your blood pressure low. We all know they are in fish, but what if you don't like fish? No worries, they're in other things, too!
Try: walnuts, brussels sprouts, squash
Iron is extremely important for energy. You can drink as much caffeine as you want, but if you are iron deficient, you will still be tired. The good news though is you don't need to go eat a huge fatty steak to get the iron you need.
Try: spinach, egg yolk, raisins
*Also remember to eat your iron with your vitamin C, so your body will absorb as much iron as possible! A little trick I learned at the good ole BLife ;)