By Ronna L. Clements, Natural Health & Wellness Innovator
When we feel tired, life becomes a struggle. How often do you wake up well rested, bright eyed and ready to take on the world? How is your energy during the day? High and steady or low and dragging?
If the answer is the latter, you are not alone. Millions of Americans are tired. “Magic-bullet” caffeine supplements, more coffee and sugar fixes will only perk you up for a few short-lived hours only to leave an after-math of feeling more tired than before – harming our health in the process. Poorly rooted habits must be corrected or you will be in a never-ending downward spiral as each year passes.
So, how do we get our bodies to produce more natural energy?
The answer is quite simple.
Through my extensive studies in healing and personal experience, I have learned that the #1 practice to obtain natural, abundant energy is to eat more living foods. Energy levels immediately increase simply by eating more organically grown raw foods. Allow me to explain why with some simple science.
Everything in life is comprised of energy in one way shape or form. Food stores a certain amount of energy that is released through chemical reactions. Natural enzymes from raw food increase the rate of these chemical reactions, hence the more raw food we eat, the rate of chemical reactions occur faster, our metabolism becomes higher, and we have more energy.
Living foods have a dramatically higher amount of enzymes vs. cooked, canned or processed foods.
When you cook food, for example, the molecular structure is altered, killing most of the food’s natural enzymes. This means slower chemical reactions and a slowed metabolism. It is much harder on the body to break down, metabolize and assimilate cooked, processed and canned foods.
Fresh fruits and vegetables have the highest magnetic energy on the planet with fresh vegetables and sprouts running in second place.
In order to put this into clear perspective, here are a few examples of mega-hertz of energy in a few select foods.
Fruit contains 8,000 – 11,000 MGZ of energy.
Raw vegetables and sprouts: 8,000 – 9,000 MGZ.
Cooked vegetables: 4,000 – 6,500 MGZ.
Milk: 2,000 MGZ.
Refined white flour: 1,500 MGZ.
Cooked meats, canned and boxed food: 0 MGZ.
So there you have it – another great secret for optimal health. To lead a vibrant life and to have more energy, eat a diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables.
If you wish to experience pure energy, you must consume pure energy.
As a living health advocate, I’ve personally experienced the wonderful benefits from eating a diet rich in living foods by having youthful energy, healthy skin and a zest for life. In addition, I recommend that everyone incorporate a regular exercise program into their lifestyle. Eating well and exercising go hand-in-hand and both will help you to attain vibrant energy.
Ah, bring on the watermelon!