Lastly, what do you sug­gest for af­ter­noon en­ergy slumps?

Better Nutrition - - NATURAL REMEDY -

I per­son­ally have found the key to stay­ing en­er­gized through­out the day, and it is so sim­ple, you will kick your­self for not think­ing of it fi rst— wa­ter.

I’ve started drink­ing 1 gal­lon of wa­ter a day for the past 35 days— that’s 128 oz. daily and, yes, it keeps you in tip- top con­di­tion. This is be­cause stay­ing hy­drated is in­cred­i­bly im­por­tant for main­tain­ing en­ergy lev­els and beat­ing the af­ter­noon slump. De­hy­dra­tion causes fa­tigue and has a di­rect im­pact on the func­tion of your brain. Even be­ing just 1 per­cent de­hy­drated re­sults in a 5 per­cent de­crease in brain func­tion ac­cord­ing to some stud­ies.

All cel­lu­lar ac­tiv­ity re­lies on wa­ter to work effi ciently, so drink­ing enough will benefi t your whole body. Drink at least 8 glasses per day, and con­sider opt­ing

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