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7 simple ways to boost your energy

Try these seven essential tips for boosting energy and maintaining vitality – and don’t forget to take our cool Vitality Quiz

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Change your life: Natural energy cycles

Our mental, emotional and physical energies have their own rhythms; work with them, not against them

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Super energy snack

Our Super energy snack is a great as a decadent mid-afternoon treat to give mind and energy levels a super charged boost

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Maca – a boost for energy, vitality and stamina

Our second spotlight on superfoods looks at the ancient root that can help some very modern problems like fatigue and loss of sexual desire

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Pay attention to nutrition to boost energy and enhance mood

Experts advise vitamin and mineral supplements can add sparkle whether you are generally healthy or are suffering from low moods

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Sport & energy drinks craze causes irreversible damage to teeth

Like bathing your teeth in acid – that’s the scientific verdict about what energy drinks do for us

Gluten-free products – not as healthy as we think?

There’s more to a healthy gluten-free lifestyle than avoiding gluten. Studies show that gluten-free products can be less nutritious than conventional ones, often higher in fat, salt and sugar and lower in fibre.

What happens to your body when you’re stressed

These are stressful times and stress can cause physiological and emotional havoc in your body. Many of the ‘coping strategies’ we use only make it worse so learn to manage your stress, before it manages you.

Baobab – the newest secret to weight loss?

Adding just 15g of baobab powder to a morning smoothie could help you stay fuller for longer, helping you to manage your appetite and weight more easily.

Does sugar make you sad?

New research from the UK found a link between a diet high in sugar and anxiety and depression, but is is sugar or sweetness – or a combination of the two – at the heart of a complex relationship?

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