Nutritional therapist shares the ‘magic’ drink you should be having every morning

Getting up early can be a chore, and many people turn to caffeine to get that much-needed burst of energy earlier in the day.

However, nutritional therapist Aislinn Cambridge says there’s another, healthier way to get that boost, and it works like “magic.”

In an interview with RSVP LiveCambridge urged people not to underestimate the power of water mixed with a little lemon.

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Cambridge urged people not to underestimate the power of water mixed with a little lemon. (iStock)

“There is one thing that absolutely everyone should be doing from the moment they wake up in the morning, and that is drinking water. It hydrates the body and lowers blood pressure,” he told the publication.

“If you want to have energy and feel good, a cup of warm water with half a lemon squeezed. It’s like magic.”

Cambridge provided some insight into the best ways to start your day, saying that how you feel in the morning is actually influenced by what you do the night before.

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Nutritionist shares the drink you should have every morning
Cambridge says that getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most important elements of feeling energized. (Instagram/@minister4happinesscork)

Of course, getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most critical elements of feeling energized, and Cambridge says that one of the best ways to ensure a good night’s rest is to make sure you eat dinner at least three hours before you go to bed.

This will allow his food to fully digest before he falls asleep for the night.

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“If you’re eating and trying to sleep an hour or two later, it’s going to wreak havoc because your body can’t digest or rest and recover, the two cancel each other out,” she says.

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“Both your sleep and your digestion will be affected and, when combined, will have a severe impact on your mood. I recommend leaving at least three to four hours after a big meal.”

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Aislinn Cambridge advocates for a healthy diet and urges people to stay away from artificial sweeteners. (9News)

Cambridge, which advocates for a healthy diet, also urges people to avoid artificial sweeteners when trying to replace sugar.

The nutritionist claims that many diet drinks contain an unhealthy ingredient called aspartame, which the body struggles to break down.

The results are “more harmful” and can cause inflammation in the body.

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