You're not just tired, you're likely nutrient deficient
Updated: May 1
How many times have you told yourself that being tired is normal?
That soon you will rest and feel better?
That a little more sleep will make all the difference?
Being exhausted all the time isn't normal and could actually be a sign that you are potentially very nutritionally deficient. When our body doesn't have enough quality nutrients coming in, and when we live a lifestyle that is "burns the candle at both ends", it creates the perfect recipe for the breakdown of your health. One of the first signs of nutrient deficiencies is fatigue. Boosting your nutrition, by improving the quality of your foods and using the right bioavailable supplements is the key to recovery. Trust me, you're not just tired, you are likely very deficient.
And I totally understand that it can be hard to get all the nutrients we need and some days are harder than others. That's why one of my very first tips to my clients is to incorporate a daily smoothie in their routine. You can fit more nutrition in a smoothie than you can on a plate making it easier to get more servings of fruit & vegetables when they are blended together. Plus, it's easy to hide the taste of the veggies with the added fruit and good quality protein powder.
If you need help choosing a protein powder, you can watch this short video on what to look for when buying a shake mix. Be weary my friends, it's a dirty market. Do your research.
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Try this smoothie recipe below to help you get more fruits and veggies into your body every day!