A quick look at nutrition as one way to boost your vitality and enhance your creativity and life force.
Low energy can be a result of a build-up of toxins in the body, as well as a lack of minerals and other essential nutrients.
If you are not feeling that creative spark it may be time to do a detox. Many people detox in January, but actually, Spring and Summer are the best times to do this. For one person a realistic detox would be to cut out coffee and drink more water, for another, it would be to eliminate bread and wheat in their diet. You may want to do a deeper detox using nutritional support formulas. If you want guidance on a suitable detox program for you, please contact me on [email protected]
Essential fatty acids (Omega 3)
In healthy people, the brain is made up of 80% water, other than water it is mostly omega fats. Food sources include oily fish, milled linseeds and shelled hemp. I have seen many clients turn their health around with these essential fatty acids.
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Magnesium is literally the ‘spark of life’, it activates ATP at a cellular level. ATP is the foundational energy storage molecule of the body. High food sources: greens (such as spinach, broccoli, watercress, etc.), nuts, seeds, and beans.
Iron and Vitamin B12
The body needs both iron and vitamin B12 to make red blood cells. Red blood cells carry essential oxygen into the cells and tissues, which is then used to create energy. Vegetarians and vegans may be more susceptible to shortfalls in their diet. Rich Iron sources are green leafy vegetables, nuts, dried fruit, eggs, and meat. B12 is found mainly in animal products, eggs, dairy, meat, fish.
If you spend your day yawning or are finding it difficult to concentrate have a blood test for these nutrients. There are many reasons for low energy, so if you are looking to boost your energy levels, a kinesiology nutritional assessment session may be the solution.