UPGRADE YOUR ENERGY!
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Some of my favorite healthy energy elevators:
Cacao (Stress reliever and feel-good enhancer)
Depriving yourself of that which you love will not help with stress or energy. I find away to sneak in Chocolate occasionally by using raw cacao mixed into drinks, smoothies, or healthy ice cream. Unprocessed Cacao is a great source of nutrition, loaded with magnesium, antioxidants, and brain-boosting chemicals. This delicious booster helps the body absorb calcium, fight disease, and stabilize moods. Raw Cacao don’t have much of a sweetness therefor I like to add either some Chocolate stevia, coconut, or dates to my mixes to bring out the full flavor.
Mood Positive Energy contains adaptogens that balance out your mood and neutralize negative mood energy. Prevent the feeling of fatigue so you can concentrate on the task at hand without the jitters whether on the job or in a competitive event. Mental balance is restored thanks to the herbal blend and lower caffeine levels to not interfere with relaxation.
Ingredients that complement mood positivity, Eleutherococcus senticosus, American ginseng, Holy Basil and Rhodiola rosea, which help to balance the body when it is not in order. Green coffee bean extract offers lower caffeine levels to lessen the “crash” associated with highly caffeinated products. B vitamins help transport food energy to needed areas of the cells.
Scientific research indicates Rhodiola increases strength and physical performance by supporting the body’s formation of the high-energy molecules required by muscle cells to carry out increased workloads.
hodiola can enhance stamina and promote endurance by supporting improved oxygen utilization and muscle growth, and can induce faster ecovery from exertion by encouraging the body’s natural tissue-repair process.
In addition, Rhodiola can help fight fatigue and support the body’s natural ability to cope with periods of continuous mental, emotional, or physical stress.
SporTea Get burning Matcha green tea