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Welcome back for day 2 of 5 of how to have more energy! This series is just a snippet of what I do with my health coaching clients so if you’re struggling to put these things into action (action is always the hardest part), schedule a free health consultation with me! Email me at jenna@jennapacelli.com or fill out the health history form here!

3. Consider doing a juice cleanse.
Our digestive systems work tirelessly for us to assimilate all the nutrients it can from our food. Are you putting junk in your body and then expecting your digestive system to just work? When we juice (with lots of organic greens and a bit of fruit), our digestive systems will get the rest and often the healing they need. I’ve cleansed before and was only needing about six hours of sleep and was waking up at 5 am, naturally and without an alarm! Cleanses are best done with the support of a health coach.

4. Eat fiber and protein in the afternoon before your energy slump. These will keep you going naturally. Try edamame and an orange, an apple and almond butter, half of an avocado and some veggies, hummus and cucumbers/carrots. Check out my pinterest page for lots of great, healthy snack ideas: http://www.pinterest.com/jennapacelli

Keep checking back for parts 3 through 5! Remember, long term change requires baby steps.

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Jenna Pacelli is a Holistic Health Coach studying at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She coaches yoga practitioners and techies in the San Francisco Bay Area and all over the world struggling with energy levels, stress reduction and weight management. With a focus on aligning their lives with their values, her clients create lasting change and fully embodied health and wellbeing.

Jenna believes that by creating health and wellness at the physical, emotional and mental levels, it is inevitable that joy and a deep understanding of one’s purpose follow.

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