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How to Keep Energized as the Seasons Change

Were you happy to get that extra sleep with Daylight Savings Time, only to find yourself feeling sluggish for weeks after? You're not alone. Changing clocks shifts our circadian rhythm -- the principal time cue of light which sets our natural cycle for sleep. As such, not all of us adapt well. Here's a deeper look at how time changes not only impact our sleeping cycles but also our meal and activity plans.

Snack On Something Before You Work Out

Many of us exercise so we'll lose weight. And to help us shrink a little faster, we also watch what we eat. So wouldn't snacking before working out completely defeat the purpose -- wouldn't it just ad...