Energy Drinks

In previous tips I covered how to boost energy with breathing exercises and food. Today it's energy drinks.

Homemade energy drinks are quick, nutritious and very easy to make. They are a great pick-up when you feel tired and they can also replace a meal when you are pressed for time. I regularly start my day with an energy drink before heading out to exercise.

Generally, I don't add milk (commercialized cow's milk) to my energy drinks as it tends to make me a bit phlegmy. I usually go by what my body tells me though.

Most of the ingredients for homemade energy drinks you should already have, such as eggs and honey and fruits such as apple and banana. The one thing you will definitely need to make your own drinks is an electric blender.

Blenders are not expensive, especially considering the use you get out of them and the fact that you will no longer need to buy ready-made energy drinks from stores.

This energy drink article shows you how to make 5 homemade energy drinks. Use the suggestions to create your own drinks too. Let me know if you come up with a great one and I'll add it to the site.

News this week: The new Waist Exercises Program is 30% off for one more day only. Next week I have another new program for the knees - to strengthen weak knees and to help recover from knee injuries.

All the best and, as always, let me know if you have any questions about the Chinese way of health.


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Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in professional practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He’s been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.


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