Help Increase Energy Levels by Switching to a Plant-Based Diet

Young and happy woman eating healthy salad

Each cell in our bodies manufactures its own energy supply through a process known as cellular respiration. This process entails a complex sequence of steps performed by intricate parts of the cell. Not surprisingly, the overall health of each cell and their individual structures determine how efficiently this process is carried out. These conditions directly affect your energy levels at any given moment of the day.

The plant-based foods that make up the Hallelujah Diet nourish and strengthen the body on a cellular level, where it matters most. When the range of different cells that make up the body’s systems are all healthy and working as they should, optimal health becomes a reality. If you’re switching from a meat-based to a plant-based menu plan, these conditions naturally work to increase your energy levels. Read on to see how a plant-based diet helps boost your day-to-day energy levels.

Ways a Plant-Based Diet Increases Your Energy Levels

The nutritional value of the food you eat has a direct bearing on cellular health. Feeding the body an unhealthy diet of high fat, low fiber foods on a regular basis essentially tears down cell structures over time. In effect, the foods we eat are our best medicines, providing cells with the materials they need to function optimally.

Easier on the Digestive Process

The health of your digestive system has widespread effects on the health of the body. This means an unhealthy gut will not only sap your energy but make you more susceptible to developing sickness and disease. The body’s digestive tract also engages in a host of absorption and elimination processes, all of which require energy to carry out. This energy expenditure varies depending on the types of foods it has to process.

Anyone who’s experienced the “stuffed” effects of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner knows the lethargic state that settles in after eating a heavy meal. This is because of the work the digestive system has to do to break down these foods.

On the other hand, the plant-based foods that make up the Hallelujah Diet are high in fiber and actually help digestion along. The fiber is used by bifidobacterium in the colon to produce energy for the cells of the lining of the colon, freeing up calories to be used for other uses. The fiber keeps these beneficial bacteria well fed, giving us a plethora of benefits. Plant-based proteins also produce an energizing effect, supplying the body’s cells with the nutrients they need to thrive.

Helps with Weight Loss and Weight Management

healthy eating conceptThe body’s ongoing energy levels partly depend on its ability to eliminate wastes and toxins on a regular basis. Conditions such as constipation or an irregular bowel movement schedule cause toxins to build up, which leave you feeling sluggish. Taking steps to promote regular, healthy bowel movements will not only increase your energy levels but also help get rid of excess weight. Eating soluble, high-fiber foods, such as sweet potatoes, black beans, and avocados works especially well for improving digestive health.

High fiber foods not only help digestion along but also play a role in determining how the body stores fat and burns fat. Foods like brussel sprouts, blueberries, and carrots help increase the body’s fat-burning rate. High fiber effects also work to move fat through the digestive tract as waste material, so it doesn’t accumulate in the body. These types of foods—foods that support the basic processes that keep the body running efficiently—are a big part of what makes the Hallelujah Diet so effective at promoting full-body health.

Supports Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

Since sugar or glucose is the fuel the cells use to make energy, the body’s blood sugar levels determine your energy level at any given moment of the day. The combined effects of aging and unhealthy foods wreak havoc on blood sugar metabolism, which accounts for the increasing rates of type 2 diabetes we’re seeing today. Today’s Standard American Diet of fatty meats, sugary treats, and highly refined grains cause blood sugar levels to spike and then crash, which leaves you feeling tired and sluggish throughout much of the day.

A plant-based diet has the opposite effect on sugar metabolism processes. The Hallelujah Diet meal plan includes a wide assortment of green leafy vegetables, whole grains, and legumes, which all help to support blood sugar levels already in a normal range. In effect, these types of foods take longer to digest, so blood sugar levels remain consistent through the day when they’re a part of every meal.

The Hallelujah Diet – The Natural Way to Experience Increased Energy & Optimal Health

aerial view of healthy dinnerHealth issues involving low energy, digestion problems, and excess weight only become more and more troublesome as you age. If you’re like many people, you’re starting to feel the harmful effects of eating high-fat, low-fiber foods on a regular basis. Fortunately, something as simple as changing the way you eat can turn things around in a big way. The Hallelujah Diet is designed to meet the body’s nutritional needs on both a cellular and system level. In effect, increasing energy becomes an inevitable result when following this plant-based eating lifestyle!

Comments

  1. Jobie Forte April 3, 2019

    I would like to switch to the Hallelujah acres diet.
    I allergic to Barley green.. How can you help me and
    what can I use instead of Barley green?

    • Melody Hord April 5, 2019

      Jobie, What happens to you when you drink the HD barley grass juice powder, BarleyMax? How much powder are you consuming at once?

  2. Connie April 6, 2019

    Yes, when food is hard to digest, it zaps a person’s energy and they don’t feel like doing anything. It is a miserable feeling to eat too much and feel sluggish. It is good to learn that the high fiber foods help with digestion and keep things moving along. Regular good bowel movements help remove the toxins from the body.

  3. Melody Hord April 9, 2019

    Let me be candid here, foods like broccoli, cabbage, kale, and even carrots are very hard on my digestion. Just think about the digestive tract trying to break those hard foods down. My poor stomach cannot tolerate those. That is why I juice and blend. I rarely ever “eat” a raw veggie salad anymore, I drink it. I do eat avocado. they are soft. I find that even cooked broccoli is hard to digest.

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