100 Ways to Boost Your Energy: Instant Get-up-and-Go

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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For those who feel mentally or physically drained, or just in need of a good pick-me-up, this practical pocket guide offers 100 simple and effective ideas to help boost daily energy levels. Areas addressed include food, exercise, vitamins and supplements, positive thinking, and mental workouts, and techniques for increasing stamina and building up reserves of energy are also provided. The introductory section explores bodily energy and explains how energy is both gained and lost. A short quiz will help the fatigued locate sources of energy loss and identify the best strategies for restoring pep and vigor.

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About the author (2008)

Theresa Cheung is an accomplished health author who has written across a wide variety of subjects, ranging from nutrition, dieting, stress and self-esteem to titles on dreams and the psychic world. She has also ghost written for Gillian McKeith and Carol Vorderman and is the health and fitness expert on You and Your Wedding magazine website.

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