Low energy levels will affect all areas of your life.
Here’s a few potential causes…
#1. Nutrient deficiencies
Nutrient deficiencies are very common and can be due to:
Excessive bowel movements (leading to loss of nutrients)
Inflammation (meaning that nutrients aren’t properly absorbed)
Vitamin D and Vitamin Bdeficiencies are especially common and can leave you feeling extremely fatigued, so addressing those is really important (they are included in our “Advanced Multi”).
Every single drug has side effects, and fatigue is a very common one.
Obviously if you need medication you can’t just stop taking it, but it’s well worth looking into further (i.e. is this fatigue a known side effect of your medication?) and, if so, discuss it with your doctor and see if they can suggest an alternative.
The amounts of fats, carbs and protein you eat will play a part in how you feel.
Very often peoples’ diets are high in carbs and low in fats and protein.
Protein is needed to help us heal
Fats are critical for hormone levels
Both help to better control blood sugar levels through the day.
So having a better balance between these is really important.
One really healthy fat is known as Omega 3 which is found in oily fish, as well as our “Advanced Fish Oil”.
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