Daily Health Solutions, Nutrition
https://spryliving.com/articles/nutrition-energy/By Spry Contributor on March 2, 2010
- Eat every few hours. It takes your body a couple of hours to break down the sugars in food, so nibbling will keep you from crashing.
- Drink water. Losing just 2 percent of your body's H2O can decrease energy levels by 20 percent, according to Charlie Ryrie, author of The Healing Energies of Water.
- Snack on fruit or peanut butter. Fruit breaks down slowly, keeping blood sugar levels steady, and high-protein snacks like yogurt or peanut butter are good sources of amino acids, which help keep energy levels high.
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