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10 tips to apply in your day for more energy

10 tips to apply in your day for more energy

An energy decline in a well filled day is never desirable. There are various ways to provide an energy boost, but these are not always healthy in the long term, such as energy drinks, sugary foods and excessive caffeine. Here is a list of 10 simple and safe tips to incorporate in your day to ensure a good energy level on the long-term and better health!

1. HYDRATE YOURSELF
It’s not a secret: the body is composed of 60% to 70% water. It is essential to ensure good hydration as fatigue is present when in a stage of dehydration, even a mild stage. It is recommended to drink 1½ to 2 liters of water a day to ensure proper hydration and maintain a good energy level.

2. DON’T FORGET BREAKFAST
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is essential to begin the day with a complete and nutritious meal. Choose foods that contain complex carbohydrates, protein and a small amount of good fats.

3. EAT LIGHT
The body takes around 20 minutes to understand it is full. Eating excessive amounts of food burns energy and leaves a feeling of fatigue, as well as stress to the body. Try to reduce your quantities in the first place and take the time to eat slowly. If after 30 minutes you are still hungry, allow yourself another portion.

4. HAVE SNACKS
Eating several times a day keeps the metabolism running and a constant energy level. Avoid processed foods that will only give you a temporary energy boost. Nuts, for example, contain good fats and proteins. They burn slowly and thus provide energy over a longer period.

5. REDUCE CAFFEINE
Although a good coffee may bring the energy boost needed to start a working day, this energy boost is only temporary and provides the opposite effect in the long run. It is therefore preferable to decrease as much as possible your caffeine intake. Instead, try to drink teas. Some varieties are excellent for energy, such as Lalma’s Vitality+ herbal tea.

6. CUT SUGAR
Like caffeine, sugar provides temporary energy boosts that ruin long-term energy. Note that we are excluding here natural sugar such as those found in fruit. Cut your sugar intake. You will quickly see this addiction decrease and you'll crave other, more nutritious foods.

7. ALLOW YOURSELF A BREAK
It is important to take breaks during the day, even if it is only for a few minutes. This greatly earned break regenerates energy and allows you to relax, thus increasing your productivity.

8. TAKE SOME SUN
A few minutes of sun every day helps the production of vitamin D and stimulates serotonin levels. Serotonin helps for better sleep, which leads to high energy levels throughout the day.

9. DON’T FORGET TO MOVE
Getting regular exercise can improve mood, reduce stress and increase energy levels in the short and long run. No need to go to the gym. A simple 15 to 30 minutes walk may bring results.

10. MEDITATE
Meditation brings many benefits, including reducing stress, increasing energy and a feeling of well-being. Take time to breathe. Learn about the different meditation techniques. A few minutes per day can be great.

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SOURCE:
http://www.naturalhealthmag.com.au/content/10-ways-boost-your-energy-levels
http://ironmumkarla.com.au/2015/02/5-ways-to-boost-energy-levels-naturally.html
http://howto.yellow.co.nz/health-nutrition/nutritional-supplements/natural-energy-boost-women/
https://www.fitstudio.com/articles/nine-natural-ways-to-boost-your-energy
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