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Category: Living Well Published on Monday, 25 February 2013 09:06 Written by Chris Freytag, preventionnews
January comes with a natural energetic boost. After all, it's the start of a new year. Then February comes along, the New Year and your new goals don’t seem as fresh, and the colder weather and shorter daylight hours are starting to get to you. If this sounds about right, it might be time for a winter recharge to enhance your energy levels. Make it happen with these tips:
Junk in equals junk out. Have you ever noticed that after you eat fast food, your energy levels bottom out? It makes sense: Plenty of fast food items are loaded with calories and unhealthy fats, which quickly impacts how you feel. Avoid the drive-thru, and incorporate more omega-3 fatty acids, which promote brain and heart health, into your diet: Have salmon for dinner, add some chia or flaxseeds to your salad or yogurt, or snack on some walnuts.
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