Step 1. Have a supplement
Taken once a day, Inner Me Energise Me, £15 for 1 month’s supply, Boots, contains energy-boosting antioxidant Co-Enzyme Q10, and vitamins B6 and B12, which work to convert your food into energy.
Step 2. Drink up
If you’re dehydrated it can lead to headaches and a general lack of energy. Drinking up to 8 glasses of water a day will help to flush out your gut for healthy digestion and increased energy levels.
Step 3. Change your diet
You might thinking you’re eating healthily but if you’re not choosing the right foods you can still feel lethargic. Up your protein intake, especially first thing in the morning, to stave off tiredness. Try eggs and a side of ham for breakfast.
For further information on healthy eating, check out our diet club and our free 7-day membership – just go to Woman’s Own Diets