By Kristin Stephens, MS, NTP

Nourishing your body with real food is a form of self love, and when you start eating more nutritious foods you will begin to experience multiple benefits, such as better energy.

Over the next few weeks we will revisit these benefits, as first outlined in our blog post The Pure Benefits, and this time we will go into more detail. We think that even just one of these benefits is worth making a lifestyle change for!

Benefit #1 – Better Energy

If you find yourself lacking energy in the afternoon, you’re going to love this: no more afternoon slump! You’ll be feeling so great, you’ll ditch that afternoon coffee.

When you start feeding your body foods that fuel, you’ll notice a dramatic shift in your energy levels. Many packaged and processed foods tend to leave you feeling sluggish and tired without much motivation to do anything. Unprocessed whole foods, like vegetables, good fats, and properly-raised meat, will give your body the vitamins and minerals it needs to function at a higher level.

This newfound energy will allow you to experience life more fully and be more engaged with the people around you. You’ll find yourself ready to tackle your home projects after a long day at work with energy to spare. Imagine being able to play with your kids, or go for that walk like you’re been wanting to do!

Take it from someone who used to only eat packaged and processed foods…my energy abounds and I’m more capable than I imagined I could be at commuting, working full time, taking care of a toddler, and being a good partner to my husband.

I challenge you to reset yourself and find the energy you’ve been missing by following the Pure Reset Diet. Getting started is easy!

Schedule a Free 20 Minute Phone Consultation to learn more about the Pure Reset Diet right now! Please contact Pure Nutrition + Wellness LLC at [email protected] or call us at 844-787-3935.

What would you do if you had more energy? Tell us in the Comment Section below. We’re looking forward to hearing from  you!

Be Well,

Donna Stephens, BCN, CNHP, LDHS
Kristin Stephens, MS, NTP