For a while, snowboarding was something I stopped doing.
I was too cold to even think about snow, not to mention I had no energy to do anything active.
Finding something that actually worked to get more energy was hard.
Until I learned about the importance of boosting your vitamin D.
I was reading an article about the Inuit diet which was high in protein and high in fat, which was their main source of vitamin D.[/text_block]
… but then I realized my diet was plagued many foods that were inhibiting my vitamin D uptake.
I should have avoided these foods, but I didn’t even know which foods were making me feel fatigued, giving me brain fog and making me fat!
I started searching for an answer and I came across a thyroid diet which helped me pin point which foods to eat and which to avoid…
Once I turned my focus to using foods like the Inuits did to boost my vitamin D, I noticed how my body temperature started going up.
Turns out vitamin D is like the fuel your body needs for energy. Without vitamin D, you become fatigued.
Since then I’ve learned about foods like coconut oil, avocado, and many more which your body needs to properly use vitamin D.
If you want to learn more about these foods then watch this video:[/text_block]