Learn 3 ways to give your energy a boost!

There is nothing worse than waking up after a night's sleep and still having no energy. Eating well, exercising, and having a good sleep schedule is sometimes not enough to maintain your energy levels. Low energy can be due to many factors. The problem can range from a lack of vitamins to your daily diet.

We’ve searched high and low to find you the best hard-shell capsule supplements, vitamins, and minerals to help keep you energized all day long.



 Iron is a vital mineral that our body needs to help make a protein called hemoglobin. This protein helps red blood cells transport oxygen to the tissue in your body. If you have an iron deficiency, then the delivery of oxygen to your body is restricted and can result in high levels of fatigue and feelings of weakness. Iron deficiency is more commonly known as anemia and can be a result of multiple factors.

 Anemia can occur if you have an iron poor diet. Vegans require 1.8 times more iron supplements since the richest sources of iron include meat and seafood.

Another cause of anemia is large amount of blood loss, whether it comes from heavy periods or bleeding internally it can cause iron levels to majorly drop. In addition, pregnant women are also at risk for anemia and require twice as much iron during pregnancy.

Bone marrow deficiency can also result in low iron levels because it interferes with your body's ability to produce red blood cells.  

Iron deficiencies can leave you feeling exhausted and fatigued all day, making you feel like you're all out of energy. Luckily, correcting an iron deficiency is easily achievable. This can be accomplished by eating more iron rich foods such as, meat, seafood, green leafy vegetables, beans and more, or by simply making your own iron supplements using our Kosher and Halal certified capsules.


Beetroot powder  

Beetroot powder is a great way to increase your energy levels. It originally comes from the beetroot vegetable and contains a high amount of nitrate which produces nitric oxide in your body. This is important because it eases your blood vessels and allows an increase of blood flow and delivery of oxygen in the body. Ultimately allowing your body to produce energy more adequately.

There are several studies that suggest taking beetroot supplements increases your ability to exercise for longer without feeling tired. Since beetroot contains nitrate which decreases the amount of oxygen needed to exercise at high intensities, you can exercise for longer without getting tired because your body will require less oxygen.

Taking beetroot supplements not only helps with increasing your energy levels, it may also decrease high blood pressure. Although it’s harmless, beetroot may turn the color or your urine more red.



Ashwagandha, originating from India and Southeast Asia is a medicinal herb and one of the oldest medicinal systems used. Ashwagandha is known to help increase energy in your body by enhancing your body’s resilience to stress.

Ashwagandha has been shown to improve stress and anxiety both physically and mentally, as well as lower cortisol levels.

Additionally, taking ashwagandha supplements can help relieve fatigue, especially associated with exercise.

Fortunately, taking ashwagandha supplements which may help increase energy levels have been shown to have a low risk side effects and are safe. Making these supplements at home has never been so effortless!


When balancing life's demands it’s not always easy to stay energized. We know how quickly our energy levels deplete when we have a lot going on. Luckily, there are many solutions to help keep you energized, listed above are just a few. Along with a good diet and rest, taking supplements and vitamins can help boost your energy in the most necessary times or when you simply need a pick me up!


This blog provides general information and discussions about health and related subjects. The information and other content provided in this blog, or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment.

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