Tis’ the season for zipping around town, attending holiday events, shopping for gifts, and traveling. It’s no wonder everyone seems to be running low on energy these days.
While keeping those energy levels up can be a challenge, it can be done with preparation and daily habits.
“With the right balanced diet and dietary marine supplements we can renew our energy every single day,” said the spokesperson from Nutrilys Del Mar, a supplement company based in San Diego and France. “It’s also important to note that when our energy and immunity levels are up, we can fight off the seasonal cold and flu, too.”
Premium oyster powder has a robust amount of natural zinc. In fact, it has more zinc properties than red meat. It helps battle fatigue and promotes joint and bone health, as well.
“Many of our clients actually take premium oyster powder to help with jet lag when they need that extra boost of energy,” the spokesperson said.
During the fall and winter months, finding a sliver of sunshine can be a true challenge. Sunshine offers a wonderful, natural dose of Vitamin D3. This special vitamin has been known to help boost immunity as well as keep energy levels up.
“When sunshine is nonexistent, the next best choice is Vitamin D3 from wild Alaskan sockeye salmon oil,” said the spokesperson. “Those who are vitamin D3 deficient rely on this natural product to keep their D levels healthy.”
Last but not least, alkylglcerols from squalus acanthias fish liver oil raises immunity and helps fight fatigue.
“This incredible soft gel fish oil is remarkable. It has been part of numerous clinical studies and always comes out ahead in terms of boosting immunity, offering a resistance to cold temperatures, decreasing fatigue and increasing strength,” she said.
While the hustle and bustle of the holiday season is at full speed ahead, don’t forget to be mindful of keeping a good diet of supplements and foods to stay energetic, healthy and strong.