2009 August Think Healthy's Blog

2009  August  Think Healthy's Blog

Natural Health and Anti Aging Tips

What would you do with more energy? Perhaps get more work done, do something fun, work out, play with the kids more.

Ever had lots of stuff to do, but you were just didn’t have the energy to do anything? Many people wish they could have more energy, like a toddler does. A common complaint doctors hear is a lack of energy and feeling fatigued.

Lack of energy is not an uncommon problem. The problem may be figuring out why there is a lack of energy.

There are many possible causes. One of the main causes of a lack of energy is a deficiency in certain vitamins. If you are not eating healthy, well balanced meals with the vitamins and minerals your body needs, reduced energy and feeling tired much of the time is a result.

In an age where fewer people are eating nutritious, healthy meals every day, it’s not surprising to know how common a lack of energy is. A deficiency in vitamins can lead to disease and illness, so it’s crucial for your health you get enough vitamins in your body everyday.

A condition called anemia often results when you don’t get enough of certain crucial vitamins and minerals, especially iron. Anemia means that your blood doesn’t have enough hemoglobin, which is in red blood cells. People who have anemia feel very tired and have little energy.

Certain vitamins prevent anemia and fatigue and fight if off. If you have a problem with having enough energy, there are certain vitamins you need to take which are iron, vitamin B2, folic acid, and biotin. Iron produces red blood cells, and red blood cells mean energy. A lack of iron means our body is not producing enough red blood cells. A simple blood test can tell if you have an iron deficiency.

Vitamin B12 is also important for increasing energy because it also produces red blood cells like iron, as well as processes carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.

Folic acid is also in the B vitamin family. It makes new cells in your body and works with vitamin B12 to produce hemoglobin in red blood cells.

Biotin is another B vitamin that helps your body cells produce energy.

If you are not getting enough of these vitamins in your diet, it may very well be the reason you don’t have enough energy.

There are lots of foods you can increase in your diet which are high in these important vitamins.

• Iron- green leafy vegetables such as spinach, liver, meats, sea food, beans, whole grains, nuts, fortified cereals.

• Vitamin B12- meat, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, fortified cereals.

• Folic acid- Liver, kidney, meats nuts, lentils, whole grains, raw fruits and vegetables.

Biotin- Nuts, seeds, eggs, whole grains, and fortified cereals.

The best way to make sure you get enough vitamins to fight off fatigue and regain energy is to take a daily multi vitamin, regardless of your eating habits. This way you know for sure you get getting enough vitamins and minerals.

The sooner you start taking a daily multi vitamin the better, because increased energy means you can get a lot more out of life.

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We went to 9:00am Mass today. It was a healing ceremony at the church.

We ask for God’s healing for us in a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual way. The priest was very emotional and was fighting back tears during the proceedings.

He could probably feel the peoples disconfort and pain and wished them all well.

Hopefully it has help everyone in some way.

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