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📘 Fantastic Resources For Learning More:
https://www.fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch/SafetyInformation/SafetyAlertsforHumanMedicalProducts/ucm586641.htm — The FDA alert warning high levels of biotin can interfer with certain lab tests
Kibibi Gantt, Alagar Muthukumar; 16 Systematic Analysis of Biotin Interference in Roche Chemistry Assays, American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Volume 149, Issue suppl_1, 11 January 2018, Pages S7, https://doi.org/10.1093/ajcp/aqx115.015- how it effects troponin (detects heart attacks) and other assays
https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Biotin-HealthProfessional/ — How we consume biotin
“Biotin – Fact Sheet for Health Professionals”. Office of Dietary Supplements, US National Institutes of Health. 8 December 2017. Retrieved 25 February 2018. — Shows biotin deficiency is rare — present in a number of rare disorders .
https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/InteractiveNutritionFactsLabel/factsheets/Vitamin_and_Mineral_Chart.pdf —- Here the daily values – the amount of nutrients recommended per day for Americans 4 years and older are .3 mg (300 Micrograms)
.03 and .3 mg. The NIH feels there is insufficient evidence to recommend RDA, so they went with Adequate Intake at .03 mg (30 Micrograms). If this stuff is interesting to you, I can talk about this in my videos. Just let me know. I thought it might not interest you, so I saved for the description.
https://www.fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch/SafetyInformation/SafetyAlertsforHumanMedicalProducts/ucm586641.htm My Trader Joe’s supplement (that I never take) apparently is only slightly higher than the daily recommended value. Though, according to the alert, some supplements have upward of 20mg.
https://www.amazon.com/Trader-Joes-Formula-Multivitamin-100tablets/dp/B004KO6GNC — you can sort of see the label for my Trader Joe’s Women’s Formula Vitamin Here.
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In this episode of Abbey’s Kitchen, Abbey has partnered up with her friends at Jamieson vitamins, who sponsored this video, to chat about natural boosts of energy. Abbey has made it her back to work goal to cut out any and all caffeine in her diet which she’s relied on all summer long to get her through the long days. Abbey was constantly skipping her usual morning workouts. She would stare at the computer like a zombie for 20 minutes just trying to reply to a simple e-mail. Thankfully, Abbey has found some ways to keep her energy boosted naturally and safely without caffeine and she’s excited to share them with you!
The first tip is: Get moving outside!
Research suggests that working out can actually help reduce fatigue and regular exercise can help to increase blood flow and oxygen to the brain and muscles, while boosting our feel good hormones: endorphins, and boosting our metabolism. It even may be more beneficial to get your sweat sesh on outside because the natural light exposure can help shock your body out of sleep mode.
The second tip is: Cut back on sugar.
A lot of people may think that eating something sugary may help to get that boost of instant energy, however refined carbs just spike your blood sugar and crash you back down soon after. Sadly you’ll be left hangry and dead tired. Instead look for fibre rich slow burning carbs like whole grains, sweet potatoes, and root veggies that will give you that sustained energy throughout the day. Abbey likes to start her morning off with this bowl of protein oats topped with almond butter and berries because it’s super high in fibre and really satisfying.
The third tip is: Get in that B12-rich sources of protein!
Abbey recommends making sure your meals are packed with protein and B12. High quality protein primes the brain to release dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter that improves mood and alertness. B12 is a key vitamin for energy metabolism. You can find protein and B12 in foods like eggs, meat, dairy and fortified milk alternatives.Abbey’s go-to supplement is Jamieson’s B12 supplement because it’s made with a superior form of B12 that is readily available to the body and therefore fast acting, so it delivers natural sustained energy throughout the day.
The fourth tip is: Stay hydrated!
Research suggests that dehydration can significantly impact energy, concentration and mood and severe dehydration may even cause your brain to shrivel up and shrink. Everybody’s hydration needs depend on activity, temperature, altitude and more, Abbey recommends you keep a water bottle close by and to keep sipping all day long. Also, check in with yourself throughout the day to pay attention for early signs of thirst and take a look in the toilet at the pee. Bored a plain old water? Mix it up by adding fruit or fresh herbs or go sparkling with a tiny splash of juice.
The fifth tip is: Get a good sleep
When you’re dragging yourself around like a zombie all day, chances are you’re not getting a proper rest at night. Experts say adults need between 7-9 hours each night, but that can be hard to achieve when we’re busy and stressed. Abbey suggests turning off your electronics a few hours before bed, as research suggests that the blue light emitted from them can interfere with our circadian rhythm and suppress our body’s natural melatonin. If you’re still struggling, speak with your doctor about a natural sleeping aid like metatonin. Melatonin is a hormone that your body makes naturally to regulate its sleep cycle so taking a supplement is a safe and natural way to boost what your body is doing at night. Abbey knows her life can get stressful, and it doesn’t matter how calculated her night time routine is, she still can’t sleep, but the idea of getting hooked on some sort of medication freaks her out. But Abbey loves Jamieson’s formula because it doesn’t have any side effects and it isn’t habit forming, so she can fall asleep easily and wake up refreshed.
Well, Abbey hopes you’ve learned some great easy hacks to incorporate into your daily routine to help get your energized naturally without relying on stimulants like caffeine. To check out more information on Jamieson B12 and melatonin check out the link in the video description below. Also, be sure to check out Cheryl’s channel to see her daily rituals to keep energized!
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Do negative air ions improve mood, anxiety, depression, alertness?
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Special thanks to Prof. Jack Beauchamp and Dr. Nathan Dalleska from Caltech for all their help running these experiments and discussing the research. For more, check out the links below:
If you want to dig into the research on negative ions yourself, I suggest starting with the review studies:
Air ions and mood outcomes: a review and meta-analysis.
Perez V, Alexander DD, Bailey WH.
BMC Psychiatry. 2013 Jan 15;13:29.
Air ions and respiratory function outcomes: a comprehensive review
Dominik D Alexander, William H Bailey, Vanessa Perez, Meghan E Mitchell, and Steave Su
J Negat Results Biomed. 2013; 12: 14.
Exposure of laboratory animals to small air ions: a systematic review of biological and behavioral studies.
Bailey WH, Williams AL, Leonhard MJ.
Biomed Eng Online. 2018 Jun 5; 17(1):72.
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