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Posted on 01-23-2017
4 Changes in What you Eat that Will Increase your Vitality and Energy
1. Drink enough pure water
Health benefits of drinking pure water include:
Rule of thumb that you're drinking enough water:
Old rule about drinking 6-8 glasses per day has not been proven to be true.
Listen to your body to know how much water you need.
Drinking pure water when you’re somewhat thirsty is a great indicator for when you need to drink some more water.
2. Avoid foods that drain your energy
Indication you do have problems with gluten after eating include bodily sensations of many different kinds, as well as gas, bloating, diarrhea or constipation
Then you become stuck in the cycle of being tired, and drinking more coffee, then being tired and drinking more coffee.
No wonder you're tired after eating processed and refined foods!
This gives you the sugar crash afterward that sucks your energy!
3. Increase intake of foods that energize!
These help raise low blood sugar.
Have them ready before your typical “energy slump” time of the day.
4. Take a high quality whole food supplement daily. (Why?)
Unlike a few decades ago, supplements are needed to “fill in the gaps” of the missing nutrients in our diet
This is one of the reasons it is recommended we eat food grown close to our home, ie: farmers markets
If you are interested in finding out how Dr. Sampair can help you nutritionally, call 408-371-0068 to schedule an appointment.
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