Get More Energy Naturally

Get More Energy Naturally

Research has shown throughout the last several decades that our diet contributes greatly to our energy levels. Whether it is the foods we eat or the supplements we take, what goes into our bodies can mean the difference between chronic fatigue and abundant energy.

Diet

Everyone knows that eating junk food is not good for our bodies.  So if you are including cakes and chips and processed foods in your daily eating plan, then you probably know why you are feeling sluggish without reading this article. But there are other factors that contribute to a feeling of well-being. If you will maintain your healthy weight and stick to a low-glycemic response diet, your energy levels will stabilize significantly. Try it for a couple of weeks, and you will notice a huge difference as soon as you deviate. You don’t recognize it as easily when you are living on a glycemic roller coaster, though, so be consistent. For information on a sensible and simple glycemic response diet, click here.

Vitamins and Minerals

Muscle strength declines along with a decline in potassium levels. This decline in muscle strength can leave you feeling tired, weak and irritable. Being even sightly deficient in potassium can cause such muscle weakness, and summer time is the most important time to make sure your potassium levels are supplemented. Heat increases our need for dietary potassium, even while our desire to eat potassium rich foods often declines.

For your best food choices to increase potassium levels, look to potatoes, avocados, raisins, sardines, flounder, orange juice, bananas, dried apricots, and raw tomatoes. Avoid high sodium foods, processed foods, and foods cooked at high temperatures. Try adding nutritional yeast (also known as Brewer’s Yeast) to as many of your foods as you can for a real nutritional boost of many vitamins, minerals, and amino acids…plus, it’s tasty! And remember to shoot for 3,000 to 4,000 mg  of potassium every day!

Other nutrients that have been shown to increase energy levels include Vitamins B6 and B12 and Vitamin C. These two important nutrients have been shown in both animal studies and human clinical trials to decrease fatigue and increase endurance.

Cellular Nutrition

Another supplement proven to increase energy levels is a specific blend of lipids and sterols called Tre-en-en. In the early 1950’s, a group of researchers at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital in Los Angeles began to study the role nutrition played in degenerative diseases and Chronic Fatigue. After years of experimenting with supplements given to hundreds of degenerative diseased patients, they found a formula that produced results so amazing that they won a Nobel Prize. It was found to increase the the absorption of nutrients from food by 50% and to improve and increase endocrine function by 134%. These patients experienced dramatic improvements in their energy levels and general health. If you think you can benefit from proven results like these, you can find Tre-en-en alone or with a multivitamin/mineral (Formula IV) here.

  • john

    brewer's yeast is tasty? so is dirt, I suppose. neither has a particularly palatable taste.

  • john

    brewer's yeast is tasty? so is dirt, I suppose. neither has a particularly palatable taste.

  • Shelley

    I disagree, John. A couple of years ago, I bought some that was quite nasty. Because it was my first time trying brewer's yeast, I decided it was just not for me. But recently I bought a different kind that is labeled as "nutritional yeast." It is delicious. My kids ask for it on everything from sandwiches to eggs…but not ice cream. :-)

  • Shelley

    I disagree, John. A couple of years ago, I bought some that was quite nasty. Because it was my first time trying brewer's yeast, I decided it was just not for me. But recently I bought a different kind that is labeled as "nutritional yeast." It is delicious. My kids ask for it on everything from sandwiches to eggs…but not ice cream. :-)