Sugar addiction can really drain your energy. It also makes it difficult to lose weight. What is the underlying cause of your sugar addiction? Check out what Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, MD has to say about the 4 different types of sugar addicts.
Adrenal fatigue can leave you feeling very exhausted. If you are tired a lot, even after you rested or slept, talk to a doctor who knows about adrenal fatigue. I’m not a doctor, so do your own adrenal fatigue research. There are certain nutrients that support the adrenal glands.
Here is a quick and easy way to get feeling better. It is a little breathing technique that balances the brain and helps you to focus. Give it a try if you have 30 seconds to spare, it works great for me
Did you know coconut oil is a natural energizer? It can actually help boost your energy in a non-caffeine way. It does not force the body into an energetic state, like a big cup of coffee would. It actually gives the body the nutrition it needs to boost itself up.
What is making adrenal fatigue so much more common these days.
Bigger and badder cups of Starbucks for one thing. Along with energy drinks, giant size soda, and oh don’t forget the low fat diet. That usually means more sugar.
So large amounts of caffeine and sugar are 2 big time contributors to adrenal fatigue.
But what can you do to fix it?
Great video on how the various hormones interact in the body; DHEA, Pregnenolone, Cortisol and more. If you exercise, diet and still struggle to lose weight, you may want to take a look at the hormonal picture. Stress is a major player in this scenario.
Do you feel like a grump when you wake up? Using the Emotional Freedom Technique is a fun idea What is your emotional state when you first wake up?
I love this video with Dr.Michael Borkin, NMD. The digestive system is one of the first places he looks when dealing with adrenal fatigue. Much can go wrong in the digestive process. When digestion isn’t working right, any number of problems can result.