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Three Simple Secrets to Eating For Less Fatigue and More Energy

Today many of us lead busy lives. This can lead to tolls that lead to low fatigue and energy and, according to Ayurveda, a general imbalance of aspects of our nature, if we do not evaluate ourselves. As a Reiki practitioner, I sometimes include mini-nutrition consultations in sessions I offer.

I recently had a new client for Reiki, also a practitioner, who has a lot going on in his life and needs support to increase his energy level. When it comes to Reiki, I'm really focused on and present to my clients so they can get what they need in terms of energy and advice. At the end of the session, I felt energized and relaxed.

However, you don't need to give or receive Reiki to feel this way. When we decide to take the time to fully realize what we are doing, including eating, our mind naturally moves to different levels, more meditation conditions, and the body can work more efficiently, especially for digestion. This is because at the physical level of the parasympathetic system, the "rest and repair" department is activated. As the heart rate slows down, there is more secretion from the digestive glands, smooth muscles of the digestive tract stimulate peristalsis and more saliva is produced. These activities support the digestion of food and the assimilation of nutrients into the cells.

You may feel like you don't have much time. So what can you do to start eating to reduce fatigue and increase your energy levels? Here's me 3 simple secrets

  1. Thinking food on your plate shortly before eating. It took a long time. You may want to say a warm thank you to all the energy that has brought you the food you have on your plate and also to all the food you will get from the body.

  2. Chew slowly, really focus on the foods you eat to gain an understanding of how your body and mind respond to different foods and different ways of preparing food. Also you will find that you are eating less!

  3. Consider it the speed at which you eat and where your mind goes when you do. Do you sit, stand, and so on? It is important to eat in a state that supports proper digestion to maintain good health and improve energy levels.

Bonus tip: With spring coming up, if you are feeling well, you may want to consider eating a mono diet (eating only one meal at a time) once a month to get more in tune with your body and to give your digestive system a rest.

What's next?

Think about your attitude toward what you eat. How can it affect your digestion and assimilation of nutrients? Start adjusting as needed.

As you strive to improve your health and well-being, a simple and effective diet is the key to preventing illness and promoting health. The first thing you need for your diet is a proper nutrition strategy. Without this strategy, you will spend a lot of time and effort to achieve your goals. With them, you will easily attract the wealth of health you desire.


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