Tired of being tired? You know exactly what this means if your mornings find you just as tired as you were when you went to bed!
You know how it is you got your 8 hours of sleep (yada, yada), but you just can’t get over feeling exhausted all the time?
Many people around the US feel this way far too often, so if you happened to catch Dr. Oz talking about a little green drink that could help alleviate that constant overly-tired feeling he likely had your attention.
Basically, Dr. Oz was talking about how a diet rich in enzymes can increase energy and stamina, as well as support weight loss, healthy skin, and overall good health.
There were many people who said, “Sounds good to me! Sign me up for some of that juice, Dr. Oz.” 😉
It Turns Out You’re Not Alone!
A lot of the symptoms of low enzymes that Dr. Oz described are some of the very ones that many men and women have experienced personally, so you may have been curious how many people were experiencing the exact same symptoms.
Truthfully, if you’ve been to school, you’ve heard the word enzyme before. You may not have had any idea what they were or why you needed them. Do you feel like you’re the only one who feels this way?
Dr. Oz made people wonder more about enzymes. Here are some questions you may have had:
- What are enzymes?
- Why do I need enzymes?
- What are the symptoms of low enzymes?
- Why are my enzymes low?
What Are Enzymes?
Whoa! Hold on Nellie! That’s far too big a question for most people to answer, but you can do some research and if you really want to know more, this article is a really great explanation of what enzymes are.
Why Do I Need Enzymes?
Well, there are many reasons why you need enzymes, but here’s a primary one
Without enzymes, no activity at all would take place. Neither vitamins, minerals, or hormones can do any work without enzymes.??~Dr. Edward Howell
What Are the Symptoms of Low Enzymes?
- Floating Stool
- Dull skin
- Hair thinning / loss
- Weak nails
- Mood Swings
How many of these tired of being tired, low enzyme symptoms do you have on a regular basis? Shocking isn’t it, things that may have made you think “I’m getting old. I’m tired of being tired. I need to go to bed earlier.“ Whatever your thoughts, your symptoms might just indicate you have low enzyme activity.
Where Have All the Enzymes Gone?
To be sung to the tune of Where Have All the Flowers Gone by Pete Seeger!
Any-who when we were children, we had an abundance of energy! Those were the good ol’ days when we had an abundance of enzymes; as a matter of fact, we had enzymes to burn! But, as we get older, our enzymes begin to deplete due to lifestyle and environmental factors.
Unfortunately, most of us have created a lifestyle and dietary habits that require EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF ENZYMES just to digest our foods. Here are the main enzyme-eater-uppers:
- Poor dietary habits
- Fast food obsessions
- Excessive intake of fat & sugars
OK! Most of us are guilty.
But when we know better, we can do better, right? Thank you, Oprah, for that splendid piece of wisdom!
Fortunately, the above are some of the lifestyle factors we can easily control. OK, easily might be overstating it for some of us (LOL), but we CAN control it with our food choices!
The thing that kept standing out for many, aside from all the symptoms above, that Dr. Oz had talked about is the connection between low enzymes and that feeling of being exhausted all the time! That’s what caught the attention of so many because
They Are Ready to Fix the ‘I’m Tired of Being Tired’ Life They’re Living!
Low enzymes can be directly linked to that tired of being tired feeling, as well as chronic disease, overall low energy, aches, pains, and weight gain and you thought you were just getting old! You’re not the only one.
Anyway, now that you know how important enzymes are to your overall health and your body’s happiness, are you determined to fix the problem? The good news is it can be as simple as adding high enzyme foods to your diet on a more consistent basis.
We Don’t Have to Live with That Tired of Being Tired Feeling!
In fact, we can still enjoy the youthful lifestyle that we enjoyed in years gone by and it can be as simple as focusing a part of our daily diet on foods that are rich in enzymes. (See the list above) At least that’s what Dr. Oz says!
Now that you know more about enzymes and how important they are to how you feel on a day-to-day basis, you may be determined to get more enzyme-rich foods into your daily diet. When we think about Foods that Heal, enzyme-rich foods should be at the top of our list! One way to get a quick nutritional boost in the morning is with a healthy smoothie. Now that you know about the importance of enzyme rich foods, Dr. Ozs Enzyme Boosting Green Drink is going to make a regular appearance in your morning routine, right? Many who have tried it give it two thumbs up! It’s super yummmmy! According to Dr. Oz, you should not only begin to feel better but you should also lose weight, have more energy, and less aches and pains before you know it! Does it sound good to you?
What are some of your favorite ways to incorporate enzyme-rich foods in your diet or is this a new thought for you?