Tap Your Thymus
Get Some Sun
Sip Some Green Tea
Standing up and walking around even just for a few minutes is enough to jump start your heart and muscles. Plus, it can help you be more productive once you sit down at your desk again, Dr. Lewis says.
Give Your Brain a Mini-Vacation
Drink a Green Monster
Here’s how to make it: In a juicer, combine 2-4 leaves of kale, 2-4 leaves of romaine lettuce, 1 inch ginger root, half a lemon (with the seeds removed), one apple (cored), and a clove of garlic (optional for cleansing and boosting immune system).
Chodorowska says you can use this as a base and add other dark greens, carrots, celery, beets, or even an orange or pear instead of the apple to make your own signature energy drink.
Don’t have a juicer? This creamy blend is just as effective at boosting energy (and tastes like an indulgent dessert!) and only requires a blender.
Socialize with High-Energy Friends
“After a while, you can cease tensing and relaxing the muscles and just focus on the slow rhythmic breath,” Dr. Clark says.
Sit Up Straight
Davis recommends a healthy, naturally aligned posture to help reduce long-term fatigue and stress. For help finding the most energizing posture, watch Davis’s quick tutorial on sitting posture.
Eat an Apple
What’s more, new research from Florida State University says apple antioxidants and pectin (the sticky part of fruit used to make all-fruit jams and jellies) can help lower “bad” LDL cholesterol (think L is for lousy) and fight inflammation, a known trigger of premature aging and disease.
Drink Some Water
Article courtesy Shape Magaizne: http://www.shape.com/lifestyle/mind-and-body/11-all-natural-instant-energy-boosters