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he main source of our energy is obtained through the food we eat. However, generally people don’t view food in terms of how quickly or slowly it will provide them with that energy. If you think of food as fast, medium and slow-releasing, your choices might differ. A fast-energy meal will give you a boost of energy but it will run out fast, leaving you hungry again. And if you want to lose weight, feel calm and relaxed and have balanced energy, going for quick-fix energy boosts in the form of refined cereals, milk chocolate, pasta and pastries isn’t a good idea. If it’s carbs you’re after, go for the ones that

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