How Do You Assess Your Energy

Hi there, today I want to talk about how you assess your energy levels — 4 things to track for better energy. Start by tracking for a minimum of 3 days in a food journal and write down what you have to eat and drink, and note your activity level and your sleep habits. Make sure to include how you feel and the time you wake up. Also track a few key times during the day, to describe your energy levels — like when you wake up, sometime in mid-afternoon, later in the evening, and especially right before sleep. Using a scale of 1-10 (1 is no energy, 10 is your peak energy), check and note how much energy you have. Next, assess your intake with your food journal. Looking at quantity, are you eating the right foods or overloading a little bit?

Looking at quality, how are you doing with fueling your body with foods and beverages or supplements that your body recognizes, or is there a lot of room for improvement?

Looking at nutrient balance, are you eating plenty of non-starchy veggies, or do you need to balance things out better? Looking at frequency, are you making time to eat during your day? Or finding yourself distracted or too busy to eat?

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