Take a second to think back to a time when you were at peak health and happiness in your life and how great it felt to be active and empowered.
Do you remember all of the amazing things that you were able to accomplish with your energy, strength and vitality?
It might take you a little while to recapture that incredible feeling and the sense of self-esteem that came along with it.
Our goal is to get you back to that feeling. Believe it or not, there are so many natural and nutritional ways to increase your energy, motivation, vitality and performance.
Whether your favorite activity is hiking, running, biking, golfing, walking, tennis or skiing, we want to help you get back to what you love doing. There are many natural ways to make your mind and body feel younger. Let's make it happen!
This article revolves around 8 key components that we believe best make up the definition of youthful living. These 8 key components are:
1. Weight Management
3. Energy and Stamina
4. Mental Clarity
5. Performance and Durability
6. Metabolism Support
7. Restful Sleeping
8. Proper Digestion
Vegetables, the number one energy-boosting food, have a low glycemic index and should make up at least a third of your diet. Because vegetables are high in fiber, the bulky part of the food your body doesn’t digest, they prevent you from feeling hungry too soon after a meal.
Vegetables prevent extreme highs and lows in blood sugar so you have more energy, improved mental function, and a heightened sense of well-being. A healthy balance of fruits and vegetables can really help support blood sugar within a normal range.
Avoid all packaged and processed food products that are genetically modified and high in sugar. These can really spike your blood sugar to dangerous levels and cause damaging health conditions. Below is a Glycemic Index Chart that you can refer to when choosing foods. The lower the number, the better.
Off the bat, this might sound intense and overwhelming if you're unfamiliar with it. However, high intensity interval training doesn't involve doing an Olympic training regiment.
It just means pushing your body's limits to improve your strength, vitality, metabolism and stamina.
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) involves short bursts of activity that are followed by rest periods. Two perfect examples of HIIT exercises to get started on are mountain climbers and wind sprints. If your body is not capable of this capacity, then speed walking and jogging will help test your limits.
Studies show that HIIT is a great proven method to keep your mind and body young. The harder and more intense your workouts are with less rest time in between, the more calories you'll burn. This will kick your metabolism into overdrive, helping your body become a fat burning machine.
Make sure not to over exert yourself for long periods of time so that you don't get an injury. HIIT will improve your stamina, energy, vitality as well as your sense of accomplishment.
Everybody has been told that improving their sleep quality and length is beneficial for their health. However, not many people have a great regiment that is conducive to better quality sleep.
It's difficult to get enough adequate sleep to contribute to ultimate healthy aging. Here are a few secrets that will help you get more quality z's at night.
Below are our 5 Favorite Superfoods that Promote Healthy and Dynamic Aging:
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