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EatFit 4 years ago

Ensure that you are getting adequate sleep (7-8 hours a night), reduce caffeine intake, get adequate water, and find ways to relax your mind and body. Any type of exercise is excellent, but particularly cardio and yoga. Meditation can put your body in a relaxed state. Herbal tea (like chamomile) is wonderful to have before bedtime. Cortisol is coined the "stress hormone", and if your body produces too much of it, you are more likely to store fat, and have blood sugar level fluctuations. As a nutritionist, my first words of advice are to get more sleep and to reduce caffeine. Then we gradually work on the other factors, including your diet.

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