Feeling sluggish and as though you ran a marathon even upon rising in the morning? Wondering what you can do to help boost your energy and put a little pep in your step? Putting a twist on Beyonce’s song, it is time to put your health on it.
Before running out and filling your cabinets with vitamins, it is important that you understand that taking numerous amounts of supplements does not mean increased energy and better health. The body can only manage micro amounts of vitamins and does away with what it is unable to process. Because vitamins will boost energy levels only if you are deficient, getting a clear picture of what you are lacking in from your health care practitioner is always recommended. Because of our current food supply system, farming practices and soil quality, it can be challenging to get all of the nutrients our body needs from our food sources. A multivitamin is a great way of supplementation if you are not aware of your body’s specific needs.
Here are a few tips for boosting and maintaining energy levels:
So step off the slow train by incorporating some of these tips into your daily routine. Your body will thank you for it.
To Health with Love,
Madame Athena Chang
Health and Wellness Expert
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