I am a big coffee drinker. I drink 3 to 4 cups per day, and I have been doing that for years. I used to put 2 sugars in my coffee.
My friend Sandra has gained 43 pounds since the start of the Pandemic. Prior to March, she had been going to the gym regularly and eating well.
After the gyms were shut down, Sandra’s habits took a turn for the worse. She never really got into a routine of exercising at home, and her diet also went progressively downhill.
Nowadays, her gym has reopened but they only allow a limited number of people in at one time.
Toxic people are everywhere – they’re hiding at work, in baby groups, in cafes, even in your own family – just waiting to cause havoc in your life. But how can you spot a toxic person? And how do you minimise their damage?
We’ve all come across them at one point or another in our lives. The colleague who seems to have it in for you, the friend who always has a drama they want to involve you in, the difficult neighbour, or the family member who wears you out every time you see or speak to them.
Your liver wears many ‘hats’ and is responsible for a large part in your overall health. It has over 400 functions in the body, from digesting fats with its pal the gallbladder, storing essential vitamins and minerals like iron, processing nutrients that have been absorbed in the intestines and breaking down drugs and alcohols. With only naming a few functions I’m sure you can already see the importance of the liver’s role in your health.
It’s time to do something about adrenal fatigue because chances are you’re dealing with it. (Or will at some point of your life.) Many proponents of this condition estimate that almost every person can experience adrenal fatigue, also known as hypoadrenia, to some degree at a particularly stressful point in his or her life.
Adrenal Fatigue Symptoms
- Autoimmune conditions
- Chronic fatigue (always feeling tired)
- Brain fog
- Hair loss
- Hormone imbalance
- Weakened stress response
- Insulin resistance
- Decreased sex drive/libido
- Moodiness and irritability
- Muscle or bone loss
- Skin ailments
- Sleep disturbances
- Weight gain
- Sweet and salty food cravings
Many people feel tired or run-down at some point during the day. A lack of energy could affect your daily activities and make you less productive.
The fact is that the type and quantity of food you eat play an essential role in determining your energy levels during the day.
Even though all foods give you energy, some foods contain nutrients that could help increase your energy levels and maintain your alertness and focus throughout the day.
Here is a list of foods that have been proven to help promote energy levels: