Foods Better Than Coffee

It's no surprise that you're always exhausted and inclined to hit the snooze button every morning

What with regular technology pings, a heavy workload, an ambitious riding plan, and a full social calendar. 

You're not the only one who feels this way: According to a recent survey, a whopping 85 percent of Americans wake up feeling groggy.

Of course, aiming for eight hours of sleep is a good place to start when it comes to combating fatigue, but this isn't always attainable.

 According to Jenna A. Werner, R.D., creator of Happy Slim Nutritious, if you eat a healthy diet, your everyday habits can fill in the energy gaps. 

"Food is our source of energy. Calories are energy units in the literal sense.

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