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Cellular Energy & Health: Improving Energy Levels from the Inside Out

When our energy levels are low, we seem to naturally divert the issue to our poor sleep habits, not so healthy diets, and our non-existent exercise routines, but what if we were just touching the surface and the real source of low energy started at the cellular level?

When you think about it, it actually makes perfect sense. We start life as a cell, so the fact that our health is determined by a variety of factors related to our cells leaves us with the question, how can we support energy levels on a cellular level?

According to research, there are several reasons why fatigue may be an issue, such as:

Nutrient deficiencies
Stress
 Lack of sleep
 Health issues

Fighting fatigue at the cellular level includes taking supplements that can help you to boost energy and feel refreshed. According to studies, five supplements can help.

Vitamin B12 – is needed to form our red blood cells which transport oxygen in our blood throughout the body and is used for energy. It also is responsible for proper development and functioning of the brain, nerves, cells and a variety of additional bodily functions.

CoQ10 – found in every cell in the body, CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant that produces energy at the cellular level and benefits cardiovascular health.

Iron – an essential mineral that helps the cells to develop and function properly and helps with the circulation of oxygen throughout the body. A deficiency in iron causes anemia, which is responsible for decreased cognitive and immunity functions.

NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) + Hydrogen (H) -  is naturally produced in the body and is responsible in part for producing energy, mental clarity, memory, and concentration.

Magnesium – needed for over three-hundred bio-chemical reactions, it is one of the most abundant minerals in the body. Our energy, blood glucose, and nerve functions are a few of the systems that count on magnesium and is also known for improving sleep, which is also vital for optimal levels of energy.

When it comes to boosting energy, starting at the cellular level is the safest way to do it. You won’t need to count on endless amounts of caffeine or one of the many energy drinks that have become so popular for a quick jolt. Stable, long term energy is at your fingertips.


REFERENCES

https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/how-to-boost-your-immune-system
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15830344
https://gumc.georgetown.edu/news-release/sunlight-offers-surprise-benefit-it-energizes-infection-fighting-t-cells/
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/best-supplements-for-energy#section3


Maria Pease 

Health & Wellness Writer Bio

Maria Pease is a freelance health & wellness content writer based in Southport, North Carolina. She has written about health & wellness for more than twenty-five years and has partnered with a variety of companies doing the most amazing work. She loves being able to write about health topics that can change lives for the better.