Listen to those same vibes when you eat. Lighter, fresher fare will make you feel light and fresh as well, so try filling your plate with fresh (or lightly steamed) local veggies, lean proteins, and food that is in-season. Check out your local farmers market and actually have a conversation with some of the farmers, who can tell you whats delicious right now, as well as how to prepare it. Think less processed sugar and salt and more real food. Also, be real about what works for your body and what you need to avoid. Personalized nutrition and DNA tests are becoming the hot new thing, but chances are you know whether or not your body handles certain foods well. I know sugar and dairy just dont jive with my system, so I stay away for the most part. A bit of old-fashioned common sense will go a long way toward getting you back in your daisy dukes. 5 Ways You're Drinking Water Wrong Indulge in bed, not booze. If youre feeling lackadaisical or burned out, sneak in some extra Zs rather than some extra drinks. Enjoy your social time, but instead of staying until last call (and downing three extra beers), duck out a few hours early and hit the hay.
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