People craft– taking care of yourself

Have trouble getting your motor running in the morning?  Fall into an energy slump before lunch?  Hit the wall in the afternoon? Zone out once you get home?  No matter when your most tired time of day is, researchers have uncovered the easiest way to boost your pep when you need it. The key, of course, is to get a good sleep.  This finding supports a good sleep: eating at regular times!  The same body clock regulating eating times is also sleeping time!  From British research, having breakfast, lunch, and dinner and snacks at specific times keeps you on a sleep schedule. You’ll get drowsy before bedtime and sleep all night!

The best sleepers keep to diets low in saturated and dairy fats, confusing your body clock. 300_picture_168


2 thoughts on “People craft– taking care of yourself

  1. Mary Alice Tallmadge

    Kathleen, I take a vitamin C tablet each morning if I don’t drink orange juice. Our bodies don’t make it on their own. I noticed you have O.J. on your brunch menu.

  2. Hi Mary Alice,
    Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., author of From Fatigued to Fantastic agrees that instead of just coffee, add vitamin C.
    Yes, we’re serving fresh squeezed California O.J. at our brunch. Daughter Janice is in charge of the juicer!

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