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When tired or stressed we tend to reach for sugary foods, which supply a quick energy boost but is then generally followed by a crash. Unstable blood glucose levels can disrupt metabolism, hunger cues, hormone function and stress response.
More often than not your body doesn’t actually need an energy hit. Try getting the blood circulating- go for a walk, do some stretches or have a glass of water.

The first step is preparation:

  1. Clear out your desk and locker of sugary foods.
  2. Replace them with healthy snacks such as nuts, fruit, houmous, cheese and vegetable sticks.

Eating HowellWechslerEd.D., M.P.H.1Randolph SDevereauxA.B.MargarettDavisM.D., M.P.H.JanetCollinsPh.D. Preventive Medicine 31(2) • August 2000

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