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Get Rid of LOW ENERGY!

Updated on February 1, 2016

Low energy is bad news:

  • Bad for your mood,

  • Bad for your weight loss goals,

  • Bad for your work and your workouts

When you lack energy, you end up lacking motivation. If you’re feeling exhausted or fatigued how are you supposed to give every workout your all, follow through with your meal plan or feel motivated to achieve you goals? It’s practically impossible.

Well guess what?! We are going to put your low energy to a rest, and amp it up!!

Since we just started our 90-Days to a Better YOU challenge, your body might still be adjusting, but these five tips below will get rid of your low energy and help you get back your zeal for life.


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5 Key Tips

Some of these tips have been mentioned in other articles, but the Five Key tips below are focused solely on improving your energy levels!

1. Get Enough Sleep -

This is a tip that is kind of a "no-brainer" and everyone knows, but this is the first thing you should do to up your energy levels. “Enough” sleep can actually be different for each person, but the general recommendation is 7.5 - 9 hours.

  1. Don't take it for granted or think it isn't important. Doing other needed tasks, shouldn't be made a higher priority that your sleep. When you get enough sleep, you will actually be MORE productive throughout the day, so you won't need to cut into your sleeping time to get things done. It's worth it!

Are you Sleeping a Healthy Amount?

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2. Don’t Skip Breakfast -

I know you are working to lose weight and get in shape, but this is important! It’s really tempting to head out the door before grabbing your first meal of the day, but breakfast gives your body the energy it needs to start the day off right.


3. Eat Smaller Meals More Often -

Along, with eating your breakfast, remember to eat smaller portions! Just another reason why eating five meals a day is so important.

  1. When you eat five meals a day you spread your energy out throughout the day, **Check out our "Five Meal Ideal" Article for more information.

    1. Today, I had my Zeal Wellness and a granola bar for my first breakfast, and a Chocolate Protein Shake for my brunch meal around 10:30am, to help me hold-out and not snack until lunch! For lunch I will have a small potioned meal, probably a sandwich and side, then another Protein Shake around 2:30pm, and then enjoy my dinner!

"5 Meal Ideal" Video with Lai Rupe

Drink a Gallon of Water a Day!

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4. Stay Hydrated -

When you’re dehydrated your body has to work harder, which drains all of your energy. Water is so essential for your body to function properly. That includes stabilizing your body’s energy. You should be trying to drink about a Gallon of water a day, which seems like a lot, but you can do it!

Give Yourself a Boost with Zeal for Life's Wellness drink-

Zeal for life gives your body the nutrients it needs to run right. A lot of these include energy producers, like Vitamin B and the

Guarana Berry. Getting all-natural energy is the only way you should, because the energy from Zeal for Life will last all-day long, where as stimulants like the Caffeine from Soda or Coffee makes you crash... not to mention they have zero nutritional value.

  1. Drinking theZeal Wellness and Protein drinks are a great way to instantly amp up your energy level, with the added benefit of blocking hunger as well. I drink my Zeal Wellness everyday to give me the extra boost of energy, focus, and mental clarity I need all day long!

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Let's Talk!

With any questions or concerns, please let me know! My life is revolved around helping others, and I would love to help you take your life back!!

YOU deserve to live a happy & healthy life, because YOU MATTER!


Try Zeal for Life Now


Love Always,

Alaina Rupe

Zeal.Rupe@gmail.com


P.S. Another thing that helps to improve your energy is Exercising. But the tips above are to help you first get the energy, so you will want to workout... Sometimes it takes energy, to make energy! ;-)


Order Zeal for Life HERE to save 15% as a Preferred Customer!

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