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Energy levels and diet

What would change in your life if you raised your energy by 10, 20, or even 30 per cent by taking a closer look at your nutrition?

Try one or more of the tips in Andrea Holwegner's column in the next 30 days, and post your comments here about what you changed and what impact it had on your work and personal life.

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