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3 Everyday Actions that Ruin Your Energy Levels and Cause Fatigue

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Chronic caffeine consumption!

“I need a coffee!” Who hasn’t said this before? I know I have! Who loves to drink a coffee, tea, energy drink, or soft drink? Who drinks it because they think it gives you more energy? What about the times you get sleepy-eyed at work and feel that a coffee kick will do the trick? Well, think twice! Did you know that caffeine, even in the afternoon, can interfere with much-needed sleeping patterns? Chronic caffeine consumption can ruin your energy levels and cause unpleasant side effects like fatigue. Crazy, right?

 

It stimulates your central nervous system affecting your body in numerous ways. Knowing the symptoms of caffeine and its long-term effects on your body may make you think twice about having that fourth cup of coffee.

 

“Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, and the most commonly consumed psychoactive drug.”

 

Studies have shown that although it is safe when consumed in low-to-moderate amounts, extremely high doses of 1,000mg or more per day have been reported to cause nervousness, jitteriness, and similar symptoms in many people. However, did you know that it can have the opposite effect causing rebound fatigue after caffeine leaves your system? Yep! I know, who would’ve thought!

 

Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant. When it reaches your brain, the most noticeable effect is alertness. You’ll feel more awake and less tired. Some people consider coffee to be a health drink, but like most foods, overindulging can cause problems. Don’t be fooled, thinking “another cuppa won’t hurt.”

 

Often, when people get a headache, they automatically think that they need a caffeine fix. This is usually linked to caffeine withdrawal. What happens is that the blood vessels in your brain become used to the effect of caffeine so when you suddenly stop consuming caffeine, it causes withdrawals and unwanted side effects. It can get to the point that your system becomes immune to its effects, no longer giving you that energy boost you want!

 

“A Mayo Clinic partnered study found that men who drank more than four 8 fl.oz. cups of coffee had a 21% increase in all-cause mortality.”

 

Not really something you want to hear, but it’s the truth!

 

So, like a wise proverb says, “everything in moderation!” Less coffee equals less fatigue.
 

Eating high carbohydrate foods for breakfast!

I’m sure that I am not the first person to tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s true. Breakfast sets the stage for your energy levels and blood sugar balance for the rest of the day.

 

I don’t know about you, but I love the smell of freshly baked bread straight out of the oven! Mmm… Unfortunately, eating too many carbohydrate foods for brekky is bad for your energy levels and can promote fatigue. Why?

 

According to the U.S. Dietary Guidelines, you should get 45 to 65 percent of your total daily calories from carbohydrates.

 

Does this mean yes to potato chips, pizza, and doughnuts? I’m sorry but no. Ideally, you should get your carbohydrates from whole grains like brown rice, quinoa, oats, non-starchy veggies, meats, fruits, and eggs.

 

Carbs, especially refined carbohydrates, and starches give your body a rush of energy, but it’s short-term. Things like granola, cereal, toast, and pastries do you no energy favors. When your body releases insulin to control your blood sugar levels, those carbohydrates -which have now converted into sugar- make their way to your muscles, liver and other organs leaving you feeling sluggish and tired.

 

Many people think that they should have a load of carbs for brekky, thinking, ‘this will keep me going till lunch.’ Well, not really. You should be eating protein for brekky. Eating protein for breakfast helps you to stabilize your blood sugar. Your cortisol is highest in the morning, and your glycogen reserves are somewhat depleted. Eating carbs will quickly make it full, but it’s a quick fix and is short lived. Eating protein helps to stabilize blood sugar for longer, keeping you feeling less hungry during the day, helping you eat less.

 

So in a nutshell, protein is fantastic for stabilizing your blood sugar and helps keep you energized all morning. My favorite breakfast is poached eggs on roasted yams with sauerkraut and avocado.

 

Going to sleep after 10:30pm!

Why is going to sleep before 10:30pm so darn important? What connection is there with your energy levels?

 

Well, did you know that the deepest and most regenerative sleep occurs between 10pm – 2am? After 2am, your sleep becomes more superficial. Yep! If your body is chronically deprived of this regenerative sleep between those times, you may still feel tired when you wake up in the morning.

 

Having excellent deep sleep has many benefits such as: maintaining a healthy weight, fighting high-stress levels, and keeping your energy levels HIGH! Who doesn’t want these benefits, right?

 

Now, why? Why 10-10:30pm, and what does it have to do with our energy levels?

 

It all has to do with an internal clock lodged deep inside your brain that regulates your sleep – the pineal gland. Yep, amazing stuff. What happens is, the pineal gland receives information about sunlight or light through your eyes. When the sun sets, that gland tells your body it’s dark outside, and this is when melatonin steps in, affecting your sleep. How amazing, right? So, how can you work with this amazing internal clock? Well, after the sun goes down, keep lights low or use candles. Bright lights will make your pineal gland think it is still daytime and mess up your melatonin levels.

 

Your body removes the effects of free radicals that have been produced by stress throughout the day when you sleep. This natural, nocturnal clean-up crew, maintains your physical balance without barely any effort. All you need to do to benefit from this process is to sleep when your pineal gland sends the melatonin signal.

 

So, turn off all electronics! Yes, you guessed it, this means no TV, no Netflix, no Instagram, no Facebook, etc.

 

 

 

The ONE Thing You Do Every Single Day that Leads to Weight Gain & Fatigue

Weight gain is no just a simple mathematical equation. Even though our current knowledge of weight loss is starting to shift, many people are still stuck on the calories in calories out method. Research has clearly shown that this method does not work. And even worse, it will likely lead to more weight gain in the long term. 

You might have experienced this before. You can lose weight. That’s no problem. But over time the weight creeps back on and sometimes you end up gaining even more weight then you originally started with. What a bummer!

If you are gaining weight despite eating a healthy diet and doing regular exercise, it’s not because you are lazy or incapable.

Make me a promise. STOP beating yourself up over this. When we are unable to lose weight, we often feel like a failure. What many women don’t realize is that there are multiple factors involves in weight loss. It is NOT a simple mathematical equation. Your body’s ability to lose fat or gain fat is dependent on several metabolic processes, the food we eat, the type of exercise we do AND the type of environment we live in. 

Did you know you can improve your ability to lose weight simple by shifting your environment. This is what I want to discuss with you today; a way that your actions might be negatively influencing your environment and causing you to gain weight. 

You might be unknowingly sabotaging your weight loss efforts. There is one thing that women do every single day that almost always leads to more pounds. A simple change can increase you ability to lose weight AND dramatically improve you energy levels. I will tell you all about it in the video below.

 

3 Ways to Tell if Your Thyroid is Sluggish

Thyroid dysfunction is on the rise. It affects women significantly more than it affects men. Many women have thyroid dysfunction but they have no idea! Why?

 

Lab ranges for thyroid markers have gotten wider and wider over the years. The most common thyroid marker, TSH, has a reference range of 0.5 – 5.0 but women with results over 2.0 generally have thyroid symptoms. As a result, many women are told that their lab tests look normal and their thyroid is fine. The result is they struggle with fatigue, weight gain and digestive issues. They may be told to reduce stress or be prescribed an anti-depressant instead. 

 

Your thyroid plays a role in nearly every single metabolic process. The bottom line is if your thyroid is not functioning as it should, you won’t feel well!

 

Shaped like a butterfly, it lies low on the front of the neck and below your Adam’s apple and in front of the windpipe. When the thyroid is its normal size, you don’t even notice it. It secretes several hormones, called thyroid hormones. The main hormone is thyroxine, also called T4, but there are others, including T3 and even lesser known T1 and T2.

 

The thyroid gland needs adequate selenium, iodine, zinc, B vitamins and antioxidants for optimal function. Unfortunately, many of these nutrients are deficient in the foods we eat. Additionally, the thyroid is incredibly sensitive to inflammatory foods and environmental toxins. Because of this thyroid disorders are on the rise

 

Hypothyroid, which involves low thyroid function, is incredibly common, affecting as many as 23% of Americans with 80% of those being women. But few of these people are actually getting treated for the condition due to the issues I mentioned above.

 

Wide lab ranges and lack of knowledge leads to this condition being severely under diagnosed. Your numbers have to get pretty bad before they are detected as “out of range” by conventional lab tests.  At this point, a women might be given a prescription for synthetic thyroid hormones. But in many cases the drug doesn’t actually fix the issue and women continue to struggle with thyroid dysfunction. 

 

You might suspect you have a thyroid problem but your health practitioner has told you that everything looks fine. Let’s discuss three different ways you can determine if you thyroid isn’t working

 

1. Symptoms

 

An underactive thyroid tends to produce very specific symptoms. If your thyrois is sluggish, you are likely experiencing several of the symptoms below.

 

Keep in mind that these tips are not meant to diagnose your thyroid condition. Rather, they are meant to give you some insight into your thyroid health which can help you seek a licensed health practitioner who can legally diagnosed you. 

 

  1. Fatigue
  2. Cold hands and feet
  3. Constipation
  4. Dry skin
  5. Unexplained weight gain
  6. Puffy face
  7. Hoarseness
  8. Muscle weakness
  9. Muscle aches and pain
  10. Pain, stiffness or swelling in your joints
  11. Heavy or irregular menstrual periods
  12. Thinning hair
  13. Slower heart rate
  14. Depressed mood
  15. Impaired memory

 

It is usually the experience of these symptoms that leads a women to suspect her thyroid as the cause of her pain. But actually getting diagnosed with hypothyroid can be an ongoing struggle. The good news is there is a simple at home test that can give you some very valuable information into your thyroid function.

 

Make sure to grab my Cheat Sheet for this post. I’ve included all the important pieces of this post to help you determine if you might have a thyroid issue. You can grab that here!

 

2. Body Temperature Test

 

Since the thyroid regulates the metabolism, body temperature can be a good indication of whether the metabolism is fast or slow. Like a fast running engine, when metabolism is high, body temperature should be high as well. Conversely, when metabolism is slow, body temperature is lower then normal.

 

You can go out an purchase an inexpensive digital thermometer. As soon as you wake up in the morning, you can take your temperature under your arm pit. Make sure to do this before you get up or you might skew the results.

 

A normal waking body temperature is between 97.8 and 98.2 degrees farenheight. Anything less than this indicates a possible thyroid issue. If you are below 96 degrees then a thyroid problem is likely.

 

If you want a cheat sheet of this blog post with all the thyroid temperatures and functional reference ranges for thyroid function, download that here.

 

The only way to confirm hypothyroid is with blood testing. But you need more than a single TSH marker, you need to the entire panel. 

 

3. Comprehensive Thyroid Panel

 

If you have an open minded doctor or work with a functional doctor then it should be no problem to ask for a full thyroid panel. You can come equipped with your list of symptoms and that super low waking body temperature that you have been tracking for the past week.

Most doctors will only run Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) but this maker alone gives little information about the thyroid. It is actually not a thyroid hormones but rather a pituitary hormone. You will also need to request free T3, free T4 and TPO antibodies at an absolute minimum. If you reside in Canada, this might be all you are able to get.

 

If you reside in the US, then you can also request additional markers like total T4, T3 uptake, TGB antibodies, TSI antibodies and reverse T3.

 

As I mentioned before, lab ranges are wide and your numbers have to get pretty bad before your result will get flagged out of the range. For this reason, it is important to work with functional lab ranges. These ranges are more narrow and more associated with healthy thyroid function.

 

For example the normal TSH range is 0.5-5.0 but the functional range is 0.5-2.0. If you are above 2.0 then you might have what’s called subclinical hypothyroid. This means that it isn’t bad enough to be recognized as a diagnosis but you still have the thyroid symptoms listed above. Subclinical hypothyroid still needs to be addressed in order for you to get well. 

 

If you want to a list of the functional lab ranges for each of these markers, make sure to download my Sluggish Thyroid Cheat Sheet. You can do that here.

 

Final Thoughts

 

If you have all the typical thyroid symptoms and have a low waking body temperature, there is a good chance your thyroid is sluggish. It is important to obtain a comprehensive thyroid blood test in order to confirm your suspicions. If your results fall outside of the functional ranges, it is important to find a health practitioner who can help you treat your subclinical hypothyroid.

 

Letting a thyroid issue go untreated can lead to chronic, unrelenting fatigue, brain fog, digestive issues and obesity. Natural thyroid balancing has the opposite effect. It can boost your energy, clear your head, improve digestive health and help you lose that extra weight.

 

To discuss your personal thyroid health in more detail and to see if my hormone balancing program is a fit for you, please book a FREE 30 minute call with me.

 

5 Benefits of Coffee Enemas

Many people have recently begun utilizing enemas to improve their overall health. Over a period of many years, excess waste that hasn’t been eliminated can build up inside of your colon. In fact, anecdotal reports say that as much as 10 pounds of waste may accumulate in your body at one time. That’s a lot of excess baggage you don’t want to be carrying around.

 

When you perform a cleanse with an enema, it helps to remove toxic build-up, which will in turn provide immediate health benefits and relief from certain conditions.

 

There are many different ways to perform an enema, but today we will be focusing on one of the more ‘taboo methods’—the coffee enema.

 

If you are new to the idea of enemas, the use of coffee may shock you. However, it can indeed help detoxify your body and remove the excess waste that could be accumulating within your body.

 

5 Benefits of Coffee Enemas

 

Coffee enemas can prevent the overgrowth of Candida.

 

Overgrowth of the Candida albicans fungus inside your intestines can cause a wide range of unpleasant symptoms, from fatigue, to brain fog, to a weakened immune system.

 

However, you should be happy to note that a coffee enema may help prevent the overgrowth of Candida, along with other bad bacteria. (1)

 

Coffee enemas can help detoxify your liver and bloodstream.

 

A coffee enema is a great way to detoxify your liver and bloodstream. Symptoms such as bloating, stomach aches, and intestinal disturbances can usually be traced back to an overworked liver.

 

When performing a coffee enema, the coffee is absorbed into the liver through the intestinal wall where it helps to take on some of that toxic load that the liver is unable to process on it’s own. (2)

 

Exposure to environmental toxins cannot be avoided, but there are ways to mitigate the potential damages that result from excessive exposure. Detoxes help tremendously with this, as do proper nutrition and regular exercise.

 

Coffee enemas can promote better digestion and regularity.

 

A coffee enema can help to improve the flow of bile. (3) This helps to alkalinize your small intestines, which promotes better overall digestion.

 

When food that you consume is not properly digested, it can generate toxic chemicals within your intestines. These toxins are then absorbed by your liver. Utilizing a coffee enema not only helps your liver with this load, but it also will improve your digestion to make it so your liver doesn’t have to work so hard in the first place.

 

Coffee enemas may help relieve anxiety and provide mental clarity.

 

Coffee is well known for its antioxidant properties. Many people who perform a coffee enema report a feeling of increased wellbeing and mental clarity, which also helps to provide relief for anxiety. The colon and liver are both parasympathetic organs, which have been shown play a role in anxiety disorders (4), meaning the cleanse from the enema helps to promote overall relaxation within your nervous system which helps ease anxiety symptoms.

 

Coffee enemas can help regulate hormones and restore balance to your endocrine system.

 

Your liver actually plays a very important role in the metabolism of hormones within your body. (5) Estrogen toxicity can actually develop from too much of the wrong type of estrogen accumulating within the liver. This can lead into a wide range of health issues for women, not least of all being a decreased ability to detoxify carcinogens. (6)

 

When you use a coffee enema with the intent of detoxifying your liver, an added benefit is the removal of these “bad” estrogen hormones that get flushed out as well. This helps to maintain proper hormonal balance for women.

 

Hormonal imbalances can also cause a wide range of symptoms such as fatigue, depression, low energy levels, and infertility.

 

Potential Side Effects

 

Coffee enemas can provide several great benefits for your health, with little to no side effects. Most of the unpleasant side effects can be negated by drinking plenty of fluids and staying properly hydrated. Once you have performed the enema, you expel a multitude of toxins and some water and electrolytes along with it.

 

Is A Coffee Enema Right for You?

 

If you’re looking for a natural way to detoxify your body, a coffee enema is a good place to start. Other measures to consider include evaluation of your gut bacteria and incorporating some physical activity in your routine.

 

The Final Word

 

You don’t have to wait until you exhibit symptoms of illness before performing a coffee enema. Preventive measures are always better than having to find a cure, so be proactive in protecting your health and wellbeing. Your body will thank you.

 

Always check with your doctor if you’re unsure about the effects of a coffee enema on your body, and whether or not it is right for you.

 

 

Are Heavy Metals Causing Your Chronic Fatigue?

Fatigue is incredibly common. Almost every single one of my clients complains about low energy to some degree. And for others fatigue is chronic. There is a good reason why Starbucks is a multi-billion dollar company; it’s feeding our number one addiction, coffee, which, at least temporarily, alleviates symptoms of fatigue.

 

Fatigue is a very important sign that something is not working right your the body. Anything that interferes with your body’s ability to produce energy can leave you exhausted and worn out. Heavy metals, which are prevalent in society, are very good at disrupting the cell’s ability to generate energy.

 

Within our cells we have tiny organelles called mitochondria. The mitochondria are little powerhouses that basically function as a command center for the cell. Through a series of chemical reactions, including the Kreb’s cycle, the mitochondria generate ATP, the energy molecule that powers your cells and your entire body.

 

Anything that can interfere with mitochondrial function can also limit your body’s ability to make ATP. With a lack of ATP, you feel fatigued, burnout and total drained, no matter what you do.

 

According to WWF, between 1930 and 2000 global production of man-made chemicals increased from 1 million to 400 million tonnes each year. That’s a TON of chemicals. Many of these chemicals include heavy metals.

 

Heavy metals naturally occur in the environmental in small amounts. But with the ever growing industrialized complex, they are being  released more regularly into the environment.

 

Heavy metals attacks the mitochondria in two ways; 1) they down regulate or stop ATP production and 2) They negatively affect antioxidant systems.

 

Most people have heard of free radicals. They are considered a villain in the whole health game since they have the ability to break down cells, cause per-mature aging and have been associated with degenerative illness. Damage from free radicals is also known as oxidative stress.

 

The reason why smokers age so quickly has to do with oxidative stress. Each cigarette releases significant amounts of free radicals into the body and overwhelms the antioxidant system. These free radicals destroy cells and speed up the aging process.

 

But looking at free radicals as “bad guys” is short sighted. What many people don’t know is that the mitochondria are a major source of free radical production. We actually need free radicals to have efficient cell function. When the body is healthy, we can generate enough antioxidants which neutralize free radicals and prevent them destroying the mitochondria.

 

Heavy metals not only prevent the proper functioning of mitochondria, which affect energy levels, but they produce significant amounts of oxidative stress which overwhelms the antioxidant system and seriously drains your resources.

 

The health of your mitochondria effectively determine whether you are an active person who can easily exercise or are someone who is sluggish and struggles to move regularly.

 

How Do You Know if You Have Heavy Metals?

According to many detox experts, we are all full of metals. It is really just a matter of how many we have. In modern life, heavy metal exposure is unavoidable. They are in our air, water, soil, vaccines and virtually everything around us.

 

Additionally, nutrient and mineral deficiencies make it more likely that your body will hold onto toxic metals rather than detox them. Since metals have similar structures to minerals, your body can actually use certain metals instead of the mineral you are deficient in.

 

Let’s use Thallium as an example. Thallium is an extremely toxic metal. In fact, it is ten times more toxic than mercury. Thallium was the metal added to unleaded gasoline after lead was removed. It stops gas from knocking in the engine, allowing a car to last longer.

 

Thallium has similarities to potassium so a deficiency in potassium makes it far more likely that you will hold on to Thallium rather than detox it.

 

To help you understand, let’s look at my test results. Earlier this year I ran a Hair Mineral Analysis on myself along with a stool and urine metals test.

 

Below is my hair test, as you can see I am very low in potassium.

 

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Now look at my urine and stool metals test. See where my Thallium is? It’s totally through the roof.

 

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How Do You Detox Metals?

This is tricky business. You want to make sure that you have the help of an experienced practitioner. This is not something to take on by yourself. Promise me this!

 

Many practitioners use chelation therapy. While chelation is very effective at removing metals, especially when there has been an acute poisoning, it’s not great at dealing with long term metal exposure.

 

Chelators basically act like a binding agent and pull metals out of the body. They are quickly expelled from the body so they only grab what is quickly available. In order for chelation to be effective, they need to be taken every 4-5 hours over a period of time. The risk of chelation is in the way that it may “stir up” heavy metals but not actually fully remove them from the body.

 

Additionally, if you have been paying attention, I mentioned that sometimes the body uses metals to replace deficient minerals. If you strip the body of metals,  then you may leave the body depleted if it was using that metal to perform an important function.

 

I believe this is a huge reason why chelation therapy often leaves people fatigued and worn out. I have heard many people tell me that their health completely crashed after chelation therapy.

 

An extremely important component of heavy metal detox is re-mineralizing the body. When the body has the proper minerals it needs to perform daily functions, it can easy let go of metals and allow them to be detoxed out of the body.

 

Heavy metal detox is not a race. Slower is better and makes it more likely that you will keep the body balanced while simultaneously improving your health and energy levels.

 

How Do You Re-mineralize the Body?

Start with a Hair Mineral Analysis. I believe this is one of the most effective tools for not only detoxing toxic metals but increasing the energy efficiency of the body. It is an inexpensive test that offers significant information.

 

It’s important that you find someone who is experienced in interpreting these panels. HTMA is not straight forward and is easily misinterpreted.

 

If you are interested in detoxing your body from metals, please sign up for a free 30 minute call with me. We can discuss your challenges and see if my program is a fit for you. You can do that here.

 

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3 Reasons Why You are Chronically Fatigued

 

“I’m just so tired!”

“I am so sick of feeling tired”

“It doesn’t matter how much sleep I get, I wake up feeling totally exhausted.”

 

Sound familiar? Fatigue is the most common complaint I hear from my clients. In fact, it is rare that I work with a person who claims to have high energy levels and feels like they are totally rocking it.

 

There is a fatigue epidemic these days. Everyone seems to be lacking the energy they need to fully enjoy their lives.

 

So what’s going in with this low energy epidemic?

 

In order to have proper energy levels, you need to have a well functioning body machine. Unfortunately, with a deficient food supply, increased exposure to environmental toxins and chronic stress, our machines are taking a serious beating.

 

If you are feeling exhausted, no doubt you are wondering why.

 

Here are three reasons why you are exhausted, fatigued and straight up drained.

 

1. Hormone Imbalance

 

Hormones play a massive role in energy production. Specifically, cortisol, is incredibly important when it comes to having high energy. Many of us know cortisol as a stress hormone but it is also needed in certain amounts every single day.

 

In fact, without cortisol you wouldn’t even be able to get of bed in the morning.

 

It mainly operates to not only make us feel energized but to stabilize our blood sugar. We all know how low blood sugar makes us feel; hangry, dizzy, anxious and low energy. Stable blood sugar = stable energy levels.

 

Fluctuating cortisol throughout the days almost always go along with fluctuating energy levels. Imbalanced cortisol always lead to imbalanced energy.

 

When a run a hormone panel on a client I can use their cortisol rhythm to predict how their energy feels through the day. If you are finding yourself with dipping energy levels, consider your cortisol production.

 

Additionally estrogen dysregulation, low testosterone and low DHEA are often implicated in poor energy production.

 

2. Poor Digestion

 

There is a saying that goes, “You are what you eat,” but really you are only what you digest, absorb and assimilate. How many of you out there are eating this amazing whole foods diet, rich in protein and healthy vegetables but you still wake up every single day feeling wiped out?

 

If this sounds like you, poor digestion might be your issue. Unfortunately, many of the things that we do in everyday life destroy our digestion. Some of the worst digestion destroyers are alcohol, gluten, stress and lack of sleep.

 

And how many of us do those things on a regular basis, right?!

 

Digestion is huge. So if you have tightened up your diet but you still feel fatigued, consider your digestion.

 

3. Exposure to Environmetal Toxins

 

It doesn’t matter where you live. All of us are exposed to environmental toxins and heavy metals on a regular basis. This is an unfortunate reality of our increasingly toxic world. Thousands of chemicals are being added to our environment on a yearly basis with no regard for how they might be affecting human health.

 

Our detox organs are overwhelmed by toxins and are unable to process them effectively. The result is that toxins and metals are stored in our body; in our bone, brain, organs and cells.

 

These interfere with our cellular function, our mitochondria and the result is that we can’t produce energy at the level that we need to. No wonder we are so damn tired

 

Poor energy levels almost always means you have some level of toxicity in your body. Detoxification is key!

 

If you want to know 3 simple things you can start doing right now to eliminate fatigue, get your FREE PDF below!

 

 

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