Where can you get your energy from?
7 Tips To Keep Your Energy Up
1. Keep your energy high by having a protein snack every three hours.
Remember, mood and energy follow blood sugar, so stay away from the sweets. Candy and sweets rob your vital energy so instead try: • nuts and seeds • a hard boiled egg • nut butter on a cracker • strips of cold turkey, chicken, beef or tofu
Every hour stop and take 10 deep breaths. Go to an open window or a doorway and breathe in some fresh air. Take a short brisk walk if you can.
3. Massage the “chi” point on the fleshy part of your thumb
Massage the “chi” point on the fleshy part of your thumb to dispel a headache or clear foggy thinking. This reminds us that we are all an energy system.
4. Place three fingers from each hand on your forehead
This brings energy to the frontal lobes–the present moment and out of the past. Repeat the affirmation: “I am well, healthy, happy and productive.”
5. B vitamins boost energy
Use a sublingual B spray twice a day–mid morning and mid afternoon.
6. Avoid coffee after 3pm
Choose herbal tea and a handful of nuts instead
7. Check in emotionally
Ask the question to whom, where or what am I expending my vital energy?
The food is the source of your energy
Your body needs energy: Feeding your body the right foods in the right amount of proportions is the perfect way to get that energy. You need three servings of dairy products, three servings of good protein, four servings of fruits, five servings of vegetables, and 10 servings of grains and cereals. Cut back on that food you know you should not eat, like candy, chips, and sodas.
|Eat vegetables and fruits !It`s the right choice of having energy!||This Pyramid will show you what to eat and how much!Follow it!|
Food facts-the balance of good health
Food can be divided into different groups. We need to eat from each of the groups to stay healthy. Food also gives the body the energy it needs for all growth and repair of our body, normal body functions like our heartbeat, breathing, and for activities such as walking, riding a bike, skateboarding or playing football.
Water and milk are essential fluids for good health, but they can also help with shedding pounds.
The body needs water to keep properly hydrated and individuals vary widely in how much water they need. Joints need it to stay in motion, and vital organs such as the heart, brain, kidney, and liver need it to work properly.
If you don't get enough water, the body goes into emergency mode, and clings to every single water molecule it can find. The stored molecules appear as extra weight. The weight is only released once the body gets enough water.
Most healthy adults need between one and a half to three litres a day.
What bad eating habits do you have?
Acknowledgeing and trying to stop bad eating habits
Bad eating habits (1)
What could we do to stop them (1)
Do you eat a healthy meal? (4)
- Do you eat a healthy meal?
yes i eat fruits every day duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
Apr. 29, 2009
I eat a healthy meal most of the time, but sometimes chocolate and other sugars are irresistible...
Apr. 04, 2009
we should try to minimize drinking drinks (except for fruit drinks made in homes), and also try to minimize eating junk foods and stuffs like that which are not made in our homes.
Apr. 03, 2009