If you’re having trouble achieving your “Mood Trifecta” …
... the mental state of being happy, calm, & alert all day every day …
Ask yourself these 3 simple questions:
1. Do you feel like you could be happier when you wake up?
2. Do you suffer from random feelings of anxiety or feel “low” but don’t know why?
3. Do you experience brain fog or occasional memory issues instead of sharpness?
It’s okay … you can do everything right health-wise but still answer “yes” to all three of these questions.
Sometimes, even when you do everything you can to ensure a good mood, you still have a “down day” – you just don’t feel as bright and vibrant as you want to.
Don’t worry – it happens to the best of us.
Luckily there are things you can do to help support an awesome mood:
Feelings of happiness, improved focus, and overall mental performance.
Again … the “Trifecta” of natural mood in your personal life:
Being in a “Good Mood” means feeling happy, calm & alert – ALL day long ...
If you have these 3 things on a daily basis, then you’ve got a pretty good life!
If not, maybe you need to discover how to make sure the “feel good pharmacy” in your gut is always activated.
Not many people stop to think about it; however, gut health is essential for a “Good Mood.”
Don’t worry, we’re going to teach you how to do it yourself … for free!
There’s an almost endless list of natural things you can do to try to achieve the “Trifecta” of mood, but here’s a quick Top 5:
1. Hydrate with structured water
2. Take key vitamins and minerals consistently
3. Get lots of sunlight
3. Practice “grounding” at least 30 minutes a day
3. Exercise! Especially short, hard bursts of cardio
The list goes on and on, and they all work.
But maybe there’s something else you should try …
If you regularly practice these 5 DIY tips and STILL cannot maintain a “Good Mood” …
… maybe you need to focus on your gut.
Did you know your gut produces around 90% of the “feel good” molecule Serotonin you need to feel happy, calm & alert every day?
It also manufactures over 30 other neurotransmitters your brain uses for beneficial mood.
If you’re not taking care of your gut and giving it exactly what it needs, then it can’t produce the right amount of the chemicals your body relies on to feel good day in and day out.
The answer may be that simple …
AND it’s precisely why you need to keep the “feel good pharmacy” in your gut activated all the time.
Don’t worry, this is above and beyond the general gut health info you see online.
Not many people realize just how important digestive wellness is to a “Good Mood.”
The good news is – even if you can’t maintain a good mood all the time – you can still “Grow” one with a little effort and the right conditions.