Boost Your Energy in 2020! (Here’s How…)
Have you ever made plans for New Year’s… and then decided to stay home and watch TV instead?
Or started the year with big plans… but don’t accomplish any of them?
It’s not because you’re too old or too sick… it’s because you’re TOO TIRED.
Your energy tank is constantly on EMPTY, and it seems like there’s nothing you can do about it.
But you CAN do something about it.
Here are six nutrients that have been proven to help give you the energy boost you need to start really living your life again in 2020
One of the biggest factors that sucks the energy right out of you is stress.
Ashwagandha is what’s known as an adaptogen, which is a natural substance that helps the body manage stress. By helping lower your stress levels, a major “side effect” is a big boost in energy.
Low levels of coenzyme Q10 have been consistently tied with fatigue. That’s because this natural antioxidant strengthens your immune system and improves energy levels.
Low levels of vitamin D have been tied to depression—which is a key contributor to general fatigue. Studies show that low levels are also tied to muscle fatigue. One way to combat both is by boosting your vitamin D levels. In depressed overweight people, taking high doses of vitamin D was shown to significantly reduce symptoms of depression.
B vitamins are essential for creating energy in your cells—so it only makes sense that a deficiency can contribute to fatigue. A B12 deficiency can also contribute to anemia, a condition that occurs when you’re low in red blood cells, which starves your cells of oxygen.
This saps your body of energy.
Speaking of anemia, iron deficiency anemia is the most common cause of this condition. It can leave you tired and short of breath.
Supplementing with iron can help reverse this condition, with one study showing a nearly 50% decrease in fatigue after just 12 weeks.
The combination of the amino acid L-theanine and caffeine can increase energy and cognitive performance, as well as attention and alertness.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D. is one of the most pioneering and innovative minds in medicine today – and he delivers cutting-edge cures each month through his Natural Health Response newsletter.
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