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Posted on 12-03-2016
The Power that Keeps Us Going
by Carrie Harmon
After hopping on the health train, you are now exercising more than ever and you are consistently watching out for what you consume. You are also making sure that your body is fueled and nourished properly with food, vitamins and minerals. You maintain a healthy lifestyle, because your health and well-being is important to you. It is not something you are dedicated to do because you are obsessed with following the latest health trend, but because it is something about this lifestyle that allows for you to feel energized, happy and alive. A burst of energy embraces your whole body and allows you to live life to the fullest without feeling drained or distressed.
Do you ever worry that you might stop seeing and feeling the results of a healthy lifestyle after you age? As we get older, our energy level decreases and it becomes harder to take control of our body as well as preserve youthful health. We only have 24 hours in a day to do it all, so our bodies demand a significant amount of energy. You might think that you are doing everything right, but you could actually be doing a little bit more about your health and energy level.
Are you wondering what it is that your daily routine is missing in order to achieve complete physical and mental wellness? Everyone could use a little more power and some people might turn to power napping to help them recharge after a hectic morning. Additional sleeping time will not increase your energy level or productivity, and eating right while exercising can only do so much. You should pay close attention to the little thing such as enzymes, which are proteins that speed up chemical reactions and power our entire body. Living in our body are about 75,000 enzymes that help our body function. Enzymes can also be found in all living organisms including animals and plants. As humans, it is important to have adequate enzymes to digest our food. Other functions for enzymes include reducing inflammation, cleaning the body, modulating the immune system and fighting viruses. Enzymes and its power to digest food are required to maintain an energetic and healthy lifestyle. “You cannot be in good health if your digestive system is not functioning properly.”
As we age, enzymes production decreases and it can lead to a variety of digestive discomforts, including occasional gas, bloating, indigestion and irregularity. It is never too early to start replenishing your enzymes. The more you replenish your enzymes reserve, the easier it is to gain energy and maintain a beautiful and healthy body. “With every meal, I recommend to take a capsule of Digest Gold, an advanced formula designed to support digestion. We recommend this to all of our guests at Deer Lake Lodge & Spa.” It is important for our bodies to absorb all the nutrients from the food that we consume and convert it to energy. Enzymes have the power to keep us going.
Carrie Harmon is the Spa Director at Deer Lake Lodge & Spa, a health resort that promotes enhanced living through holistic cleansing and other therapeutic practices in a relaxing, secluded environment. Deer Lake Lodge & Spa aspires to improve guests' health in an environment where they can enjoy a multi-faceted cleansing program in a rustic-chic resort atmosphere, located on a 50-acre rustic-chic oasis in Montgomery, TX. www.DeerLakeLodge.com.
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