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How to boost your energy levels with the power of plants

We have all been there...

When you’re not feeling at your best or you need that boost of energy to get you through the day, what do you do? Some might reach for the nearest coffee pot, some to the nearest vitamin store, some to the nearest sweet treat to nibble on, some might even head to the nearest travel agent to book a week in the sun, and in some ways they'd all be right.

But there is another, often overlooked solution; the simple power of plants, Mother Nature’s very own medicine cabinet, and the best news of all is that it is bursting at the hinges with natural solutions to the problems we all have throughout the year, but especially when it comes to giving us what we need to keep pace with our busy lives.

A diet rich in plant-based nutrition can do so much for us all, slowing or even preventing illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol and even conditions such as dementia. You don’t have to be vegetarian or vegan, the benefits are there for all, and stretch way beyond a simple energy boost. Here are some great ways to get started.

Plan ahead

Just the same as anything else, a little too much, too often gets a little monotonous, so plan your meals a day or two ahead, and stick with it. Keeping your meals satisfying, colourful and bursting with natural goodness will increase energy levels and keep you wanting more of the same.

Vitamins and nutrients, getting it right

It’s a misconception that a vegetarian or vegan based diet may lead to a deficiency in certain vitamins, pure and simple...

A plant based diet will always be rich in antioxidants, healthy fats and certain vitamins; however the abundance of protein, calcium and some other vitamins found in meats and dairy produce is sometimes hard to replace in a plant based diet. But with a little thought and knowledge it is far from impossible...Soy milk for example can offer a source of protein that easily compares to any meat; similarly soy yoghurt, tofu and almonds are all foods naturally rich in calcium.

The Vitamin B12 problem… and solution

Vitamin B12 deficiency is a prime concern for vegans and vegetarians, as vitamin B12 doesn’t naturally exist in fruits and vegetables and it is here that a lot of people turn to products to boost their energy levels, a natural supplement to ensure energy levels stay at their best along with the convenience of taking it anytime and anywhere is a very good plan.

Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or just looking for a healthy boost, reducing tiredness and fatigue. Don’t under-estimate the power of plants.

What if I’m on the go and looking for something that works fast?  

If you’re looking for a quick and convenient solution to boosting your energy, there is also Reon Energise, which is a vegan product containing just two tried and tested, active ingredients: Caffeine and Vitamin B12. Caffeine is a much-loved stimulant that helps many of through our busy days. And Vitamin B12 is known to reduce tiredness and fatigue, whilst contributing to a healthy energy metabolism. Although Reon is an instant-melt powder and cannot be called a ‘natural’ product as such, it is a fantastic energiser for anyone (including vegetarians and vegans) who lives life on the go and wants to make the most of their days.



Why not check out Reon Energise Pomegranate to find out more?

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