Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought with a price. Therefore, honor God with your bodies. ~1 Corinthians 6:19-20
Oh, how I love coffee!!! I'm convinced I could not survive any morning without it. I'm sure many of you feel the same way, and wouldn't trade that dark, rich, caffeinated wake up call for anything in this world.
For many years now, I've enjoyed an additional cup of iced coffee in the afternoons. We even have a dedicated pitcher in which to store it.
Over the last several months, however, I've noticed that this afternoon pick-me-up isn't settling well with me. Not that it makes me feel ill, but it triggers my appetite, encouraging me to snack more than I should.
There has to be a solution to this. As I state in a former post, I've already gained weight during this Covid mess, and I don't need to pack on any more pounds. The answer arrives when I decide to take the plunge and order some Super Beets.
I confess that I've wanted to try this supplement for a while now, as it is touted as a product that both improves circulation and boots energy levels. Lord knows, I can use both!
The good news is, Super Beets seems to be living up to its claims. Not only does the black cherry flavor make it enticingly delicious, but I actually do feel a renewed vigor in the afternoons.
So much so, that I've switched my work out routine from morning until about three in the afternoon, after downing this drink around two. My endurance and stamina are noticeably better, and I no longer experience the slump I endured when I thought a shot of coffee was my only hope. And instead of making me hungry, this amazing concoction fills me up!
Now, please understand, I'm in no way recommending this product, nor am I compensated monetarily for promoting it. It's just when I discover something that truly works for me, I like to share it with all of you. After all, it's so important to keep our bodies strong and healthy, even when so many of us, who are at high risk to catch the "plague," have to stay mostly confined to our immediate environs.
Our bodies serve as temples for the Holy Spirit. Let us treat them carefully and lovingly, that they may always be worthy receptacles of His precious presence.