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3 steps to heading off a sugar coma


Hopped up on sweets from last nights trick-or-treat extravaganza? Today (and the two weeks that follow) don’t have to be a cycle of sugary highs and lows. Here’s how to beat the crash before you feel the least bit sleepy.

 

Step 1: Drink up!

Uh, no, not the super caffeinated stuff or calorie-packed sodas. Instead, opt for the original hydrator: H2O. Tote around a water bottle and be sure to fill it up on the regular. Getting used to sipping on the regular will help balance out whatever ya bite into.

 

Step 2: Choose your sweets wisely

Got a choice between candy corn and Snickers? Opt for the latter. Here’s why: Sure, the candy bar is packed with sugar, but it’s not 100-percent sugar and corn syrup. The peanuts offer up some protein, which gives you legit energy that won’t burn you out.

 

Step 3: Get moving

Waking up your body, even if it’s just tapping your foot in math class or volunteering to run a file down to the front office, will help clear your head and keep the rest of you awake and processing the information teach is preaching. Phew!

 

What are you noshing on today? Tell us in the comments!

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 11/1/2013 2:36:00 PM

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