3 Tips To Help Restore Your Get Up and Go

Fatigue, sluggishness, lack of energy … also one of the 5 most common complaints I have heard over the past 12 plus months.

Especially from females and mom’s between 25 and 50 years of age.If you are struggling with low energy too, I have 3 simple tips for you that will help you to reclaim your get-up and go.

First of all, eat better!

Less refined foods/carbs (the sugary sweet stuff) and more unrefined carbs such as whole grains, fresh fruit and uncooked (or slightly steamed) veggies.

Pair these with your favorite protein for sustained energy levels. You can also try 5 or 6 smaller meals throughout the day instead of 2 or 3 large meals.

This will also help with maintaining good energy levels all day long.

Secondly, drink more water and less caffeine, alcohol and sugary drinks. Remember that water is 2 parts hydrogen and 1 part oxygen. Oxygen is a necessary ingredient for the production of energy inside your body.

How much should you drink?

LOTS!

And number three, exercise!

Less sitting and more exercise.

Adults between 18 and 65 years of age need a minimum of 25 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise every day. And you don’t need a gym membership. Exercise can be as simple (and effective) as a brisk walk, a bike ride or a light jog.

One of the many benefits of exercise is that it increases your respiration which means you draw more oxygen into your body. Remember that oxygen is that necessary ingredient for energy production.

There you have it.

 Three simple tips that you can start to implement right now today that will certainly give you more get-up and go!

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