Boost your energy for the Christmas period
The festive season is here, a time of year when you can burn the candle at both ends and as a result end up feeling exhausted and burned out before you even reach the finishing line. You can be so busy shopping, socialising, organising, and of course drinking and eating that you end up comatose on the couch at the end of the day. Some of you love this chaos and mayhem, and some of you don't.
Either way there is help, here are some of my favourite supplements that customers choose when they need an extra boost of energy.
Oxylent is a fantastic award winning 5 in 1 supplement taken to support energy levels, hydration, immunity, mood and concentration. It contains B vitamins and CoQ10 for energy production, and electrolytes for rehydration. It includes antioxidants, vitamin C and D, and Zinc to support immunity. This supplement can be used all year round to help you perform at optimum levels all day and so it is especially ideal at this time of the year. It comes in three flavours which taste great and it's easily digested and absorbed. You can take it if you're diabetic, coeliac, or vegan.
If you prefer a capsule then try Solo Multi Fifty, another favourite of mine. This is an all-round high potency multi one-a-day vitamin packed with fifty nutrients including Vitamin A, B C, and 50 mg of CoQ10 - an important nutrient for energy production. This is a great supplement for busy, active and stressful lifestyles to help you keep going any time of the year.
If you're tired being tired and would prefer a traditional tonic try Floradix Liquid Iron, you can't go wrong with an iron tonic that has been around for over 100 years. A boost of iron, vitamin B and C might be all you need to get you over the hurdle and beat the fatigue and tiredness. It's natural, organic, and great tasting. It is suitable to take during pregnancy, and it won't cause constipation.
A little boost of nutrients to support energy levels and mood might be all you need to give you the energy to do all you have to do this Christmas.