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Re: Tarilee's Top Ten Ways to Energize!

Linda WholeApproach ·
Thanks Tarilee! I needed to hear this! It's beginning to feel and look like November here. While I've been aware of my decreased energy level, I didn't take any action until now!
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Tarilee's Top Ten Ways to Energize!

Tarilee ·
Tarilee’s Top Ten Ways to Energize your Body and Mind  In the Northern Hemisphere, autumn brings about noticeable changes:  fewer daylight hours resulting in less natural vitamin D; colder days leading to closed windows and more...
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energy gels/goo

kimspq ·
Hi, I am trying to find a running gel that I can use while running long distance that is "safe" to use. I am currently using Hammer Gels as they are lowest in sugars. Is there something that I can use instead?
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Re: energy gels/goo

Tarilee ·
Energy gels by their nature are high carb and sugar so a bit tricky when it comes to candida issues. I've written some recommendations up here before but they were much lower glycemic so work in a different way. If you are just doing it occasionally, like for a race, I'd make an exception for the day of the race. Here are a few ideas: a variety of vegetable juices sweetened with carrot or beet juice (up to a 1/4 of the drink). Cut half and half with some coconut WATER and you have a lot of...
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Re: energy gels/goo

Tarilee ·
Most electrolyte drinks have sugar plus additives. 5 grams is better. However, buying baby food is expensive and overly processed. You could just make your own. Or, what I do every morning is put all my smoothie ingredients, raw, into the Vitamix and make a very smooth, veggie-rich smoothie (I use things like zucchini, kale, cabbage, beets, carrots, ginger, apples, lemons, cucumber). The Vitamix empowers some pretty awesome choices since it is so powerful at it's blending. Happy...

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