As an almost 40-year-old woman, diet matters to me tremendously as I know how much it impacts my energy levels.
That’s why quality always comes first with energy-promoting nutrients.
Who does not want energy, right?
We all need it for different purposes. And you definitely do not need to be an endurance athlete to desire keeping up with your daily tasks, and never having to worry about your energy levels declining as the day goes on.
I always look for whole foods - natural food ergogenic aids - to support my daily performance. I am very aware that as I joyfully age, my nitric oxide levels go down so natural foods that I consume need to lift me up with every opportunity I get.
There is one particular veggie I’ve added to my diet in the last several years that I want to talk to you today about, red spinach. Not green, but red spinach, sometimes called Amaranth.
By now we’ve all stopped hearing the overly cheerful mantra “New Year, new you!” For most of us, what fitness means in January starts to feel very different than what it means in March. What do you do when that New Year’s motivation starts to peter out?
Wherever you are on your fitness journey, it’s hard not to be initially drawn into the optimism captured in that simple phrase, only to find that a simple catch phrase cannot buoy us up in the face of everyday stressors like work and family. The struggle is real. And you are not alone. What if there was a way to harness that motivation and give yourself a boost every week?