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Cut back on

Caffeine’s ability to help people stay awake is one of its most prized qualities. But too much caffeine can make it difficult to get enough restorative sleep, leading to some causes of insomnia and anxiety. Halve your normal intake!

Eat more Fibre

When you eat a food that contain both carbohydrates and fiber, your body takes longer to break it down. This keeps blood sugar levels stable, which is good for your mood, energy levels, and weight maintenance, and helps reduce your risk of developing diabetes.

Drop your
sugar intake

Simple sugars like lollies, snacks and soft drinks will effect the length of energy your body can utilise and eventually, your overworked pancreas will break down and your blood sugar levels will rise, setting you up for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

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