Regular Travellers bodies crave Energy, but Energy Drinks and sugary snack bars are not the answer
By Lisa Byfield – Health / Wellness advocate and Zija Distributor
Drink / food cravings are an everyday thing for most of us, and when we approach them as an intricate language between the body, brain, and spirit rather than something to be resented or ignored; they can be extremely useful in improving health.
The challenge with cravings is that we have to know how to translate them, and this doesn’t come easily. The majority of us have spent our lives ignoring the internal cues coming from our bodies, told even from childhood that a headache meant that we needed paracetamol, not much more. We likely weren’t taught to consider that perhaps we were drinking something our bodies didn’t actually need, and what was needed was antioxidants, vitamins, minerals omega oils and proteins and to drink more water; that the symptom was an intelligent and meaningful signal coming from our bodies.
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Regular travellers suppress their cravings for energy with quick and easy sugary energy drinks, but sugar releases a massive hit of energy which although stems the craving, does not address that our bodies crave for more sustainable energy which is slow releasing.
A craving for sugary things relates on a physical level to the cells of the body not getting enough energy. Sugar is a quick source of energy, and the body knows this. Reduced cellular energy production can occur because of a lack of minerals necessary for proper insulin secretion and sensitivity (iron, magnesium and zinc are often low in nearly everyone, and can really help reduce your desire for sugars and other carbohydrates), or a fatty acid deficiency resulting in faulty intracellular communication.
We are constantly reminded through both radio and TV to reduce our sugary / fatty intake or to reduce our portions without any real guidance as the government can’t be seen as promoting one above the other.
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So what’s the solution ?
Zija is just one of the many out there of health options and combined with its good old natural plant products, is both a good and healthy alternative to what is actually on the shelves.
Switching from sugary energy drinks to a serving of Core Moringa with water is an excellent start and over just a few weeks, your craving for sugar will subside and your body will love you and crave more for the natural Moringa plant product full of the nutrients your body actually needs
“But energy drinks are easy in they are one can and can be packed and used whenever, I haven’t got time for large containers, measuring scoops and measuring out water?”
We have addressed that with Zija’s convenient portable packs coupled with either a small 250ml up to a 600ml bottle of water or use a BPA Free Water Bottle
Tony Byfield a professional driver loses 14Kg by ditching the sugar and using Zija products
Also reducing your intake of sugary snack bars with slow releasing natural energy alternatives such as fruit, nuts and raisins (are we not constantly informed in the media how a banana is much better for energy) will give your body more sustainable energy to do the things you want to.
Tony Byfield enjoying time with his family with his increased energy levels through using just a few Zija products
The bottom line is just changing out your sugary snacks and drinks to Moringa Sachets and healthy snacks will increase your energy and reduce your waist line and I can help you.
So contact me today and lets chat
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