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Seven-day plan that will give you energy

The famous Dr. Oz has prepared a plan for a week to have more energy.

He says that every organ needs a little push from us to operate at full capacity. This plan helps you regain strength and focus.

The first day is dedicated to the digestive system, because when digestion is not working properly, all the organs suffer. Dr. Oz advises us to add to our daily diet prebiotics that form probiotics in the digestive system. Advice includes include replacing bagels, croissants and coffee in the morning with a drink with probiotics. Add almond milk in a blender with half a cup of blueberries, 1 banana, 1 tbsp hemp powder and 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar.

In the next day it is time for your brain. To combat problems of concentration you are recommended fruits rich in vitamin C, vitamin that reduces stress hormone. Add a half of grapefruit to your breakfast and it can do miracles. Also, add lemon juice to your salad and a cup of water with lemon for dinner.

On the third day take care of your lungs. The best way to do this is by eating foods rich in magnesium.

The fourth day is dedicated to your liver and specialist advice is to start the day with a dandelion tea instead of coffee. Consumed on an empty stomach, you will detoxify the liver and bile, while giving you energy.

In the fifth day take care to iron deficiency and in this case, Dr. Oz advises us to eat small portions of red meat, fish and poultry to ensure the necessary iron amount.

On the sixth day it’s time for your skin and the best solution to keep your skin moisturized is cold pressed coconut oil. The use of coconut oil helps stimulate the brain and liver.

The seventh day is the day of your heart. Bitter salt serves to relax your body and help you sleep better. Baths with warm water and Epsom salts, one hour before bedtime increase the level of magnesium in the body and can do wonders for our body. The absence of magnesium causes fatigue, stress and heart disease.