Spring Energy Health Tips

With the equinox behind us, we are now fully entering into longer and warmer days as spring arrives. Spring is associated with rebirth, regrowth and renewed energy. It is normal to feel slightly sluggish after emerging from the cold winter months of hibernation; so we have put together some health tips to help you bound into the new season feeling energised and rejuvenated.

Eat Lighter Foods

Begin to move away from comforting winter root veggies like swede and potatoes, and switch to lighter foods such as salads and raw food. Spring is an exciting time for seasonal produce, so head on down to your local organic grocers and stock up on broad beans, salad leaves and courgettes.

Get outdoors

Take the opportunity to get out in nature and enjoy the seasons’ change. Research has shown that being in nature helps to reduce anxiety, depression and cases of SAD (seasonal affective disorder).

Juicing

Starting your day with a fresh juice is a wonderful start to the day, and helps to detox the liver and refresh the body. You can even add wild seasonal ingredients like nettles and cleavers (goosegrass) for that extra kick of nutrients.

Vitality Blend

This super green blend has the full spectrum of minerals including potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, manganese, selenium, iron, phosphorus and copper. This blend is also rich in vitamins, containing vitamins A, C, E, K and B vitamins, 1, 2, 5, 6 and 12. The perfect addition to your morning smoothies to help you feel revitalised.

Drive! Drive QDR

This unique formula is designed to kick-start your day the right way, with vitamins and minerals to help boost energy levels, balance brain chemistry and encourage motivation.

Maca

Maca is the perfect addition to our daily supplements. This amazing root also helps to provide additional energy and vitality, whilst also helping to balance hormones and also acts as a powerful adaptogen.

 

Blueberry Powder

Blueberry Powder

Blueberries are extremely rich in antioxidants, which are known to reduce the effects of oxidative stress. Blueberries also have a high level of potassium and magnesium which are known to lower stress and fatigue.