2. Check Your Diet

What we eat, and how much of it we eat can have a tremendous effect on energy levels. Eat a well-balanced diet, full of vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Try to curb your sweet tooth with fruit as much as possible.

Break your meals up so you never go more than four hours or so between them. This can help prevent dips in energy.

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