"How to Get More 'Should' Done to Turn Your To-Do List to Done List" - Boost your energy with Valerie Carr as she discusses nutritional health and habits that help you get more done. When you have high hopes for your week and a big, important to-do list to tackle you may find that you were motivated and ready to do it until you are stricken with an enormous amount of exhaustion you hadn’t planned for. You need to look no further than the tips we talk about here to help keep your energy up and your health on point so you don’t fizzle out but instead have the energy to get things done.
You will learn:
Minute 3:40 - When you had the motivation to get your to-do list done but it quickly drops
Minute 6:35 - How Valerie got into health coaching - a health transformation story
Minute 10:45 - The problem with even the best advice to improve your health
Minute 12:41 - What’s healthy and what’s not in food when you are suffering from fatigue
Minute 19:45 - If you want to be productive and use your brain - avoid a "sludgy" system
Minute 20:05 - Food is fuel for the body, ________is fuel for the brain
Minute 20:48 - When you want sustained energy without the unstable blood sugar peaks and valleys
Minute 24:02 - There’s two times you shouldn’t go to the grocery store...
Minute 25:56 - Valerie’s magic plate for sustained energy
Minute 27:27 - What we’re all looking for (includes sleep and energy during the day)
Minute 27:44 - A powerful statistic about the reason your health may be declining while fatigue is looming
Minute 31:28 - A FREE offer for making your own power and energy snacks at home. Click on this link: "Women Losing Weight and Feeling Great After 40" to join Valerie's free Facebook group and message Valerie Carr, "Yes, I want it" and she will share a FREE download with you called, "Making Your Own Snacks at Home that Give You Energy in a Healthy and Natural Way".
Minute 35:28 - Review of health tips to boost energy and brain power and improve sleep
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Dr. Julie Wilkening, DC, CSCS, Habit Change Specialist