Are You Sick & Tired Of Being Sick & Tired

Fatigue seems to be a universal problem at the moment. Underlying health conditions, hormonal imbalances, stress, lack of sleep, lack of sunshine, too much sedentary time in front of screens, over exercising or undertaking the wrong type of exercise for your body, can all contribute to this condition. Current current conditions with respect to Covid-19 are clearly also a contributing factor.

Through women’s menopause transition and the corresponding drop in oestrogen, we tend to store fat around our stomach. Add in fatigue and the problem can be compounded.

My Two Favourite Tools For Regaining Energy Levels

Mindful(ness) meditation is the art of bringing harmony to the body, mind and consciousness and is a powerful tool for reducing stress, soothing the body and re-energising. It triggers a relation cycle in your body and can develop an awakening of our consciousness in the reality of the present moment. 

Mindfulness meditation has been scientifically proven to have numerous positive health benefits including decreasing stress and anxiety, improving your memory and attention, increasing the strength of your immune system, enhancing concentration capacity, lengthening your telomeres, repairing skin, bone cartilage and muscle cells as well as improving the quality of your life.

Meditation is a great tool to master that can be pulled out at any time to help you rest, relax and recalibrate. 

There are many effective meditation apps available if you require support eg Calm, Headspace, Brightmind, Insight Timer, Wim Hof Method, Smiling Mind.

Another key contributor to fatigue is the lack of nutrients consumed in the average Western -style modern diet.  

Incorporation of Australian wild foods in the daily diet represents an opportunity for diversification and enhancement of the nutritional value of foods due to their impressive contribution of physiologically active phytochemicals (phytonutrients.)

Phytochemicals are natural compounds produced by plants and these are ubiquitous in plant-based foods. They are also the therapeutic agents of traditional herbal medicines. They support and regulate digestion of foods and modulate an array of metabolic processes from our DNA replication, gene expression to enzyme activity. In fact, every biochemical reaction in each of our 100 trillion cells involves phytochemicals in some way.

Wild foods are rich sources of phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are a lot like tiny super-heroes that end up in our gut, blood and organs and are protective, healing and otherwise beneficial to us.

is a rich source of phytonutrients found in wild foods, that are known for their phytonutrient content.

The evidence for the phytochemicals in wild foods reveals a myriad of effects; from slowing down the rate of ageing; to providing more energy; sharper thinking; proving more stamina and strength as well as reducing recovery time post-exercise; and a whole lot more.

My three favourite wild foods products for energy as well as achieving optimal health are L.I.F.E. - (Lyophilized Indigenous Food Essentials)TM)Karuah Active Magnesium and Karuah Active Turmeric. These products are now available in an OPTIMAL ENERGY BUNDLE – DISCOVER HERE