Being Energetic is the things which everyone desire but many of us fail to achieve. Being Energetic is the smart way to keep yourself active and ready. Over the time I have realized that how important morning routines are for success and energy.

So I decided to alter and implement my morning routine which will be very effective in keeping me energetic throughout the day.

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Whether you naturally wake up feeling alert or stumble and crawl out of bed like me, this routine will help set a positive tone that lasts the entire day.

1. Lemon Juice


Lemon Juice is the thing which one should never miss in the morning. The benefits of having lemon juice are many. It helps provide energy, improve your mood, digestion, pH levels, boosts your immune system, cleanses your system & reduces hunger cravings throughout the day.

Lemons are full of nutrients, including vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and fiber. Always try to make sure to use fresh organic lemons!

How to make: Squeeze one lemon in warm water and have in the morning.

2. Apple Cider Vinegar


Apple cider is a vinegar which is made of citric acid and this citric acid play a very important role in dissolving kidney stones, Natural home remedy suggests mixing two tbsp of apple cider vinegar with six to eight ounces of water and drinking the mixture frequently throughout the day, and especially in the morning or before mealtime is incredible for detoxing, digestion, weight loss, energy production, etc.. Even doctors usually prescribe potassium citrate and lemon juice is full of natural citrate.

3. Workout


A simple workout in the morning makes a difference. Do something to improve circulation, lymph drainage, and get your metabolism going, prefer to get out and go for a power walk/run.

4. Beetroot and strawberry Juice 


If you’re serious about being energetic then one has to take this amazing juice for it.

Beetroot is full of fiber and strawberry’s is rich in Ellagic acid and anthocyanins. Anthocyanins help in making adiponectin hormone, which boosts the metabolism of the body. One feels less hunger after drinking this juice. Beetroot helps in giving extra energy to our body, one can spend extra time in gym or exercise.

How to make this Juice

Take 2 medium size beetroot, 1 cup strawberries, and 1 carrot, scrape the outer covering of beetroot and cut into pieces. Grind all in the grinder and drink this.

5. Breakfast


Breakfast is a very important meal in the morning to start your day. This will keep your energy levels for the day. Avoid white carbs, cereals, store-bought muesli, instant oats and anything with sugar. Foods such as steel cut oats, smoothie bowls, granola and greek yogurt, eggs with avocado and chia pudding with coconut milk are the most nutritious options.

6. Infused Water


It’s well known that sugary drinks aren’t good for us because they are high in calories, and they don’t really hydrate us all that well. Caffeinated beverages like soda and coffee can actually make us more dehydrated. Infused waters have been on the market for years, and quite often what you find on store shelves contain additives and “natural flavors.” Well, I don’t know what natural flavors they put in there, but I prefer the natural ones I can select from my fruit bowl.

Believe it or not, you really can infuse water easily with fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices.  This goes beyond the classic universal idea of lemon slice in water. It’s one of those things where you can get super creative and think outside the bottle. The possibilities are infinite! you will notice a huge difference in energy levels.

You can make infuse water with any number of herbs, spices, edible flowers, fruit and even vegetables! Here are some ideas:

  • Herbs: Rosemary, thyme, mint, basil, cilantro, parsley
  • Spices: Cinnamon sticks, cardamom pods, fresh ginger, cloves, vanilla bean
  • Edible flowers: Rose, lavender, citrus blossoms, hibiscus, pansies, violets (or any that are 100% pesticide free)
  • Fruit: Berries (fresh or frozen), melon, tropical fruits, citrus, apples, pears
  • Vegetables: Cucumber, celery, fennel, carrots
  • Water: Filtered water is great, but if you don’t have a filtration system, tap water is fine too.