I used to think that the reason I was feeling always tired was because I had low thyroid… 

… But there’s a lot more to energy than just low thyroid function… 

Many people think that once they get their TSH levels to normal levels they’ll be fine… 

Getting more energy depends on more than getting your TSH levels to be normal. 

You have to look into…

  • Vitamin D
  • Hormone production
  • Hormone balance
  • Minerals
  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Vitamin B12
  • Food Digestion
  • Gut Flora
  • Sleep
  • Environment 

I often refer to Vitamin D and hormones like testosterone, dopamine, adrenaline and others as the “charge” of your battery… 

If your charge is low, your energy will be low… 

So this journey involves a discovery of what’s affecting this list… 

Take the hormone adrenaline for example… 

I had adrenal fatigue…

My adrenals were shot, because they were producing too much cortisol…

Not only did my hair began to thin and fall off 

I was also not producing enough adrenaline… 

Adrenaline is what keeps you focused and alert…

No adrenaline, no focus…

… instead, you get brain fog…

… and debilitating fatigue…

I was sick of being sick and tired all the time…

I started to increase my energy levels by doing 3 simple things..

#1 Drinking clean distilled water with minerals (magnesium and others)

#2 Boosting my vitamin D

#3 Taking co-enzyme Q10 to jumpstart energy production at the cell level…

I started to get more energy, but this was just the beginning of my journey…

This was all in preparation to help my body produce hormones…

Producing hormones is important…

… but you can produce too much of one hormone… 

So balancing hormones is just as important as producing them…

To learn more about hormone production and balance click the “Learn More” button below to learn more about our upcoming Hormone Bootcamp…



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