How to be me – ebook – by Franny Treymaine
We’ve all got a tick list of what we’d love to achieve in life – a good job, more money, a lasting relationship, a lean body. The trouble is, it always seems just out of reach.
Now, with How to be Me you can learn the tools to make these dreams a reality. By understanding the thought processes that keep you stuck in your ‘pity pit’ and learning how to rewire your brain to achieve a more positive outlook, you can begin to view your life as an opportunity rather than a slog. As a Neuro-Perspective Educator I take you on a journey through your brain, where you learn why those negative neural pathways are laid down and how to reroute them.
With How to be Me programming you’ll discover a new perspective means a new start – and your dreams are within reach.
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- Magnesium: Is an important mineral for helping to facilitate muscular relaxation. For many people, restless legs and tense muscle tissue are common reasons for a poor night’s sleep. Interestingly, however, magnesium deficiency is common in the UK, a mineral that many find useful in helping to relax.
- Griffonia seed: Is an excellent source of 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan), the amino acid and immediate precursor to serotonin; a neurotransmitter that supports feelings of happiness and relaxation.
- L-Tryptophan: Is an essential amino acid that contributes to production of serotonin and melatonin, hormones that positively support a restful night’s sleep.
- Chamomile: Is a herb famous for sleep supporting properties which include: The reduction of muscle spasms, alleviation of menstrual disorders and reduced occurrence of insomnia.
- Vitamin B6: Is particularly popular with women as a pre-menstrual supplement as there is some evidence that it may assist in essential fatty acid metabolism and fluid balance.
- Vitamin D3: Often a deficiency in the UK, vitamin D has anti-inflammatory properties and may help support the overnight recovery process.
- B6, B12, B12: All contribute to the production of red blood cells, the vehicle for delivering oxygen to tired and aching muscles from a long day’s work.
- Guarana extract: A natural source of caffeine to support alertness and focus throughout the day.
- L-Tyrosine: An amino acid that contributes towards the production of stress supporting catecholamines.
- CoQ10: Is an important cog in the energy production process, found abundantly in mitochondria of cells.
- Korean Ginseng: is a traditionally used herb, supporting against stress in addition to boosting the immune system.
- Niacin: Also known as vitamin B3, niacin plays a vital role in glycolysis, the kerb cycle and general energy metabolism.
- Vitamin D3: Supports immune function and more recently has been found to support muscle health, enhancing energy production.
- B6,B12, B12: All contribute to the production of red blood cells, the vehicle for delivering oxygen and therefore energy to the working muscles of the body.