Spring is on its way. Winter, with its rich holiday foods and cold, short, and dark days, has likely left you with a lot less energy than during warmer months when sun and fresh produce are plentiful. You may have even added a few pounds. Not to worry you can get that energy level back and glow.
Drink at least 2 liters of water or more per day. Water is the living element that removes all toxins. Reduce carbonated drinks and flavored drinks.
Incorporate healthier whole food choices. Eliminate heavy trans-fat, high sugar, and empty-calorie foods.
Avoid drinking alcohol or taking drugs (unless prescribed by your physician).
Avoid refined sugars, empty caloric food, wheat, monosodium glutamate (MSG), genetically modified foods (GMO), saturated fats, artificial flavors and colors, soda or other carbonated drinks, artificial sweeteners, acidic drinks, pasteurized juice, junk food, and canned food.
Avoid excess red meats by gradually reducing portions.
Consume dark leafy greens such as kale and collard greens
Consume sprouts, whole grains (quinoa, amaranth, brown rice), seeds, nuts, and legumes.
Consume seaweed (alaria, Kombu, dulse, nori, or dehydrated sea palm) and kelp noodles.
Consume a variety of fruit such as pomegranates, grapefruit, avocados, strawberries, blueberries and local seasonal fruits. Try to minimize the intake of bananas, cherries, grapes, and oranges.
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