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Summer is the season of harvest corn, walking in the street, from time to time waves of corn floated the fragrance. Corn is a
low-calorie foods, eat meals as a weight loss not only easy to satiety, but also thin. Nutrition experts generally agreed that the staple
food among the corn nutritional value and health effects is very prominent. The vitamin content of corn rice, flour several times. Not
only contains carbohydrates, protein, fat, carotene, etc., but also contains many minerals and vitamins E and riboflavin and other
nutrients.

Corn contains unsaturated fatty acids, especially linoleic acid content as high as 60%, and corn germ and vitamin E have synergistic
effect, not only helps lower blood cholesterol levels, while preventing their deposition in the vessel wall. These substances to prevent
heart disease and cancer and other diseases have significant benefits. What to eat to lose weight in summer?

Corn contains a longevity factor - called glutathione, selenium participation in, be able to generate glutathione oxidase, has
anti-human aging. Different colors of corn, its health effects are slightly different, because they contain the pigment is not the same
species. Compared with white corn, purple corn and more anthocyanins, the antioxidant, anti-aging effect. Yellow corn contain lutein
and zeaxanthin, while white corn is not. Its powerful antioxidant can absorb the harmful rays entering the eye.

Different corn taste is not the same, but the nutritional value is also different. There is a "fruit-based sweet corn", the same as the
fruit can be eaten raw. Popular popular. This sweet corn, protein and fat and vitamin content 1-2 times higher than corn, the content of
selenium is as high as 8-10 times, 17 of which contains 13 kinds of amino acids than normal corn. As a high sugar content of sweet
corn, mostly sucrose, glucose, can lead to blood sugar, obesity should be eaten in moderation.

Although the high content of waxy corn protein, while rich in vitamin A, vitamin B1, etc., is just one of a very high amylopectin content,
and inappropriate eating with diabetes are obese, while corn contains higher crude fiber, soluble sugar content is low, it is suitable for
people with diabetes throughout the year to lose weight and eat people.


Corn is a low-fat complex carbohydrate that deserves a regular place on any healthy table. Unfortunately, as with many other naturally
low-fat foods, the American tendency is to smother corn-on-the-cob with butter. But these high-fiber, fat-fighting kernels of goodness
are better served with seasoning. Because corn is hearty and satisfying, it can curb your appetite.

Health Benefits

This popular food is high in fiber. In fact, it's notoriously hard to digest. But its insoluble fiber is tops at tackling common digestive
ailments (like constipation and hemorrhoids) by absorbing water, which swells the stool and speeds its movement.

Corn is a surprising source of several vitamins, including folic acid, niacin, and vitamin C. The folic acid in corn is now known to be an
important factor in preventing neural-tube birth defects. It's just as important in preventing heart disease, according to studies that
show folic acid can prevent a buildup of homocysteine, an amino acid, in the body. Long-term elevation of homocysteine has been
linked to higher rates of heart disease; folic acid helps break it down.

Selection and Storage

End-of-summer corn is by far the best ear in town. Although you can find good-tasting corn year-round, many out-of-season ears
aren't worth eating. When buying fresh corn, be sure it was delivered in cold storage -- as temperatures rise, the natural sugar in corn
turns to starch, and the corn loses some sweetness. Corn is best eaten within a day or two of picking. Corn husks should be green
and have visible kernels that are plump and tightly packed on the cob. To test freshness, pop a kernel with your fingernail. The liquid
that spurts out should be milky colored. If not, the corn is either immature or overripe. Once home, refrigerate corn immediately.

Preparation and Serving Tips

Boiling is the traditional method for preparing corn-on-the-cob, though grilling, steaming, and even microwaving will get the job done.

A couple of notes about boiling: Adding salt to the water toughens corn; adding sugar isn't necessary; overcooking toughens kernels.
Cook for the shortest amount of time possible -- about 5 minutes. Though you may be tempted to slather on butter or margarine, keep
in mind that each pat you add contributes about 2 unnecessary grams of saturated fat to your diet. Instead, sprinkle with a favorite
herb or fresh-squeezed lemon juice, or try rubbing corn with a lime wedge and sprinkling with a chili pepper-type seasoning.

Hot, fresh corn-on-the-cob is an almost essential part of any summertime party. Fortunately, it is also a worthy part of any healthful
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If you’re tired all the time, a change in what you eat (diet) or what you do all day (activity pattern) may be all you need to turn things
around 180°.

You won’t be able to do everything on this list all the time — you’d tire yourself out trying to get more energy — but do try them all to
see which ones work for you and your schedule. Add a few of these tips to your regular routine. Or mix them up to keep things
interesting.

1. Change your socks for refreshment.

It’s an amazing trick. Bring a change of socks to work, and change your socks midway through the day (say, after lunch). You’ll be
amazed at how much fresher you’ll feel. This trick is especially handy on days with lots of walking — like during a hike or family outing
to the amusement park.

2. Rock out loud.

Whether you work alone or in a room with coworkers, a quick one-song rock out loud session is an effective way to beat back
exhaustion.

In a cube farm? Get everyone to sing along! The key is to choose a song that everyone can sing along with. (I like Kokomo.) The energy
boosting effect comes from bobbing your head and singing out loud. One song, 3 minutes. That’s a quick boost of adrenaline that lasts
for a bit. You’ll be singing to yourself the rest of the never ending project delivery night.

3. Get rid of the stuffy nose.

If allergies have your sinuses blocked, you may be feeling more tired and cranky. An over-the-counter allergy medication should clear
up your sinuses (and your mind).

4. Work with your body’s clock.

There is a natural ebb and flow of energy throughout the day. We start off sluggish after waking up, even after a solid 8 hours of sleep.
Our energy peaks mid-morning, and it’s natural to want a siesta in the afternoon. We get a second spike of energy in the early evening,
followed by our lowest energy point just before bedtime. Once you understand this natural rhythm of energy throughout the day, you
can work on the important tasks during your peak hours and avoid early afternoon snooze fest (meetings).

5. Have a piece of chocolate.

Not too much, but if you’re going to have some candy, it might as well be chocolate. We get an endorphin buzz from chocolate (not to
mention the energy boost from the slight bit of caffeine chocolate contains). Dark chocolate has more caffeine than milk chocolate.

An afternoon snack of yogurt, berries, and nuts will provide the boost of energy to carry you through the day.

6. Have an afternoon power snack.

A small healthy snack that is low in sugar and has protein and/or fiber a couple hours after lunch helps you finish off the day strong.
Some suggestions:

mixed nuts
nonfat yogurt
apple and peanut butter
frozen berrie smoothie
trail mix
granola bar
7. Hit up the water cooler for inconsequential banter.

A little midday gossip and random banter is a great pick-me-up for your tired mind. It works because it gets your mind on zero-stress
thoughts for a while. The mental break for just a few minutes will revitalize you.

8. Eat lots of berries.

Especially berries that are blue, red, or purple. The color comes from anthocyanins, a powerful antioxidant, that boosts energy. Any
kind of berry will contain tons.

9. Wear brighter colors.

This trick is related to the mood you project to people, and the reciprocating mood they project towards you. If you wear dark, somber
colors, you project a dark, somber attitude, and people will respond to you with a somber attitude. If you wear bright, happy colors, you’
ll get that attitude projected towards you, which will boost your own mood and energy levels.

10. Take a power nap.

But do it in your chair. Don’t lie down on the sofa or you won’t get back up. Keep it short: 5-10 minutes max. Any longer and it will have
the opposite effect of knocking you out for the rest of the day.

11. Flirt.

It’s fun, it’s harmless (keep it innocent), and it’s effective. Nothing quite gets the heart pumping like a little flirting.

12. Aromatherapy with lavender.

Research has shown that the lavender scent increases alertness. Test subjects were given math tests before and after 3 minutes of
lavender aromatherapy. The group completed the tests faster and more accurately after aromatherapy.

13. Wake up at the same time everyday.

Including weekends. This sets your body clock. Otherwise, you’ll be wide awake when you should be asleep. Or worse, asleep when
you should be awake (dozing off in a meeting is embarrassing). The key is to go to bed at the same time every night. If you need to
reset your sleep cycle in one day, stop eating for the 16 hours before the time you want to wake up.

14. Drink lots of water.

Dehydration is a sinister cause of fatigue because it slowly creeps up on you. If you consistently drink less than 8 cups of water a day,
you may be sluggish all the time. Get a 32 oz (1 quart, 4 cups) water bottle. Your goal is to polish off 2 of those a day. Try it for a week
and see if your general energy level increases.

15. Use caffeine wisely.

Coffee and caffeinated sodas can boost your alertness, but be careful about letting it be a habitual crutch. The temptation to drink
more caffeine to get even more energy will be strong. Eventually you’ll be downing 5 double-shot espressos a day just to function.
Drink coffee earlier in the day to avoid insomnia, which will make the next day worse.

Coffee in moderation. Caffeine can give you a quick boost of energy, but can also be a counterproductive crutch.
Use caffeine in moderation. Coffee provides a shot of energy, but can also become a counterproductive dependence. Photo by
visualpanic / Flickr

16. Avoid energy drinks.

Energy drinks provide a near-instant hyperactivity boost, but they always result in a crash. Energy drinks are like energy credit cards
— you’re spending future energy to get short-term energy. The resulting energy deficit gets worse until you hit energy bankruptcy.

17. Eat low glycemic (low or complex carb) foods.

Trade in good, complex carbohydrates (low glycemic index) for the bad, simple carbs (sugar). Carbohydrates with a high glycemic
index means the sugar is more easily digested by your body. That results in a spike in energy followed by a low-sugar crash.

High glycemic index foods to avoid include white bread, potato, and high sugar foods (like sodas). Low glycemic foods (the good carb
foods) include fruits and vegetables, grains (eg., whole wheat bread), low-carb foods (eg., meats), and pasta. Check this chart of foods
and their glycemic index before your next trip to the grocery store.

18. Eat more soluble fiber.

Soluble fiber is the kind that slows down the rate of absorption of sugars. It evens out your energy levels by preventing a sugar high
and crash. (By the way, insoluble fiber is the kind that prevents constipation.) Don’t worry too much about which kind of fiber you’re
getting — they’re both good for you. Rotate more high soluble fiber foods like nuts, grains, fruits, plant matter (vegetables), beans, and
oats into your diet.

19. Get your Vitamin C.

Get a daily dose of citrus fruits (eg., orange juice in the morning) or a vitamin C tablet. Study after study shows the correlation between
citric acid deficiency and chronic fatigue. Vitamin C also helps you absorb more nutrients from food.

20. Sniff some citrus.

In addition to the Vitamin C, citrus scents (like orange, lemon and lime) stimulate alertness. So lather on some of that lemon scented
lotion.

21. Cover the B Vitamins.

B vitamins cover a range of bodily functions, but most B vitamins are involved in the process of converting blood sugar into usable
energy. To ensure you get the proper amount of B vitamins, eat a balanced diet.

22. Quit smoking.

Ex-smokers frequently report an energy boost of 2-3x when they quit smoking. Nicotine affects your sleep, so you don’t get as good a
night’s sleep. That makes you cranky, frustrated and tired the next day. Which leads to more smoking. It’s a vicious energy sapping
cycle.

23. Play to relax.

Playing a game keeps your mind working (versus, say, watching TV), but doesn’t have any of the energy-sapping stresses of work. Go
ahead and play that quick game of Scrabble on Facebook, but have a strict time limit if you don’t want your boss to say something.

Play a quick game to relax while keeping your mind active. You de stress but still be ready to take on the next task.
Play a game to relax. It keeps your mind active without the debilitating stress.
24. Eat smaller, more frequent meals.

Snack throughout the day. By eating smaller but more frequent “meals”, you will maintain a steady dose of energy instead of
experiencing food comas. Don’t snack on fatty and sugar laden junk food though. You may get a short 30 minute burst of
hyperalertness, but it’ll be quickly followed by a debilitating crash.

25. Enjoy a cup of tea.

In a recent study, University College London researchers noted that drinking a cup of tea 4-6 time a day reduces stress hormone
levels in your body. The study’s results suggest “drinking black tea may speed up our recovery from the daily stresses in life.”

26. Splash some water on your face.

Just letting the cool water hit your face washes off the grime and stresses of the day. You could also jump in the pool or take a
shower for the same effect. Showers stimulates the circulatory system and metabolism. Get wet to feel more energetic.

27. Stand up, stretch and take a couple of deep breaths.

Stretch your arms, back, legs, and neck. Take a deep breath through your nose, hold it, and let it out slowly and forcefully. Repeat
several times. This will take 30 seconds and will be an instant fix. When you sit back down, you’ll have the clear head and fresh feeling
needed to power through the tough/boring task in front of you.

28. Get your world organized.

When your world is organized, you don’t have to expend mental energy keeping track of a million things. Here’s how to take back
control of your time and productivity:

29. Look on the bright side.

A generally upbeat and optimistic outlook on life will keep your energy level up. Yes, the worst thing that can happen might actually
happen, but giving it too much worry will only drain you. Look for the positive in every situation and you won’t be so tired.

30. Take a mini-vacation.

Take one day and just do whatever you want. No work, no chores, no errands. Enjoy your one full day of vacation, then come back to
work more motivated and energetic.

31. Eat a satisfying breakfast but a light lunch.

A heavy lunch, especially one with lots of carbs or fat (like a burger combo) will hit you as soon as you get back to the office. And it’ll
be a sluggishness that lasts to the end of the day. Eat a big breakfast instead. It provides the fuel you need for the day, at the time
when your body needs it the most. Not only will you avoid the afternoon food coma, the big breakfast will make you more productive in
the mornings. Double win.

Beautiful Breakfast on a Sunday Morning in Shanghai (Charles Chan / Flickr)
Start your day with a powerful breakfast that provides the fuel you need for the day. Photo by Charles Chan / Flickr

32. Choose protein over fat or carbs.

Foods with lean (low fat) protein help you feel fuller for longer. It also prevents blood sugar spikes, giving you more steady energy.
Lean protein foods include fish and other seafood, lean pork, or chicken breasts (“white meat”).

33. Shed a few pounds.

The things you do to lose weight — exercise, drink water, avoid simple sugars — are actions that also have a positive effect on your
energy level. Even better, the actual loss of excess fat provides an energy boost of its own. You’ll feel “lighter” and things that use to
make you breathless will now seem much easier. Losing weight provides a double-impact to boosting your energy.

But be careful with fad and/or crash diets. Cutting out too many calories (ie., energy your body needs) too fast will cause you to be
even more tired. Take small steps, and make it a lifestyle change so you shed the fat for life.

34. Listen to tunes while you work.

It’s well known that our brain’s pleasure centers light up when we hear music. Throwing on the headphones and listening to any
music you like while working will give you a productivity boost.

35. Start exercising.

If you have a fairly sedentary life, just the idea of starting an intense exercise program is exhausting. But if you go slow, literally taking
one step at a time, you can go from being sedentary to becoming a runner just like Leo.

36. Eliminate stress.

Stress is draining. Sometimes it’s worth it, like when you’re on a deadline to delivery a big project. Sometimes it’s just a waste of
energy. Leo says,

Certain things in our life just cause us to be more exhausted than others, with less value. Identify them, and cut them out. You’ll have
much more energy and much less stress. Happiness ensues.

Here’s how to eliminate stress from your life.

37. Have more sex.

Talk about an endorphin rush! If you keep those endorphins flowing regularly, you’ll have more natural energy. Literally, more bounce
to your step.

38. Move gym time to the morning.

A lot of people go to the gym after work. Try going to the gym in the morning instead to get energy that lasts all day. Sure, you’ll have to
wake up an hour or two earlier, but you get that time back at night. That exercise in the morning gets the endorphins flowing, which
keeps you happy and productive the rest of the day. By exercising in the morning instead of at night, you spend the same amount of
time at the gym, but get the added benefit of having more energy at work.

39. Purge low-value tasks from your todo list.

If you have a ridiculously long todo list that is impossible to get all the way through, you’ll feel tired just thinking about the todo list. If
you want to actually cross off tasks from your todo list, you’ll need to throw out the crap tasks that you don’t want/need to deal with.
Either delegate those tasks, move them into a second “nice but not critical” list, or just admit that they’re probably never going to get
done and move them to the “maybe/someday” list. Shortening your todo list to just the most critical, must-do tasks will give you the
“energy” to start knocking out those tasks.

40. Avoid the mid-day cocktail.

If you want to function in the afternoon, avoid alcohol at lunch. Even if it’s just one beer. Alcohol’s sedative effects will take hours to
recover from, killing the rest of your afternoon.

41. Get a massage.

Loosen up those tight muscles and you’ll feel more relaxed. A more relaxed you means a happier and more productive you. Trade a
quick shoulder rub with a coworker after lunch to perk both of you up for the rest of the afternoon.

42. Dress up.

Feeling better about yourself has a magical way of giving you more energy. Put just a tad more effort into looking your best for work,
and you’ll get compliments from coworkers that will make you feel better — and make you a perkier, more energetic worker bee.

43. Don’t drink yourself to sleep.

Alcohol keeps your body from entering deep sleep, so even if you get the same hours of sleep, you won’t feel as rested. Limit alcohol
the hours before bedtime to get the best night’s sleep.

44. Get a thyroid test from your doctor.

If you are chronically fatigued, it may be a symptom of hypothyroidism. That’s when not enough thyroid hormone is produced, with
fatigue as one of its symptoms. Visit the doctor if you’ve been tired for a long time and haven’t had a checkup in a while.

45. Take a walk outside.

Getting outside for some fresh air, a change of scenery, and a quick walk to get your blood going will do wonders for your mood and
motivation. Seeing the sun is a signal to your body that it’s not bedtime yet.

46. Lower your blood pressure.

Besides being a risk factor for a heart attack, high blood pressure makes you fatigued. If you haven’t seen your doctor lately, go in and
get your blood pressure checked.

47. Rotate yogurt into your diet.

Yogurt with live cultures keep your digestive system clean, which helps your body absorb all the nutrients from food. That makes you
healthier and more energetic. Yogurt is also a good low-fat snack.

48. Have a laugh.

Laughter is great medicine for exhaustion. Make sure you laugh regularly to keep your mood up. Seek out funny people or subscribe
to a daily email joke. I like the geeky comic xkcd for a quick smile. What’s your favorite quick funny pick-me-up?

49. Add more cardio to your gym time.

The aerobic exercise gets your blood pumping. It builds stamina and endurance, which is useful for both triathalons and neverending
department meetings.

50. Take up yoga.

The stretching, slow controlled movements, and focus on breathing reduces tension (and stress). The benefits include better sleep,
feeling more relaxed, and being mentally sharper.

51. Eat eggs.

When people have eggs (mostly protein) for breakfast, versus bagels (all carbs), they feel more energy and eat less at the next meal.
Protein makes you feel fuller without feeling stuffed, and they provide a steady stream of energy for your body (versus the quick high
and crash of carbohydrates). Eggs are a great for breakfast or as an addition to a lunch salad.

52. Get a good night’s sleep.

We need 7-8 hours of sleep to be fully rested. Consistently sleeping less than 6 hours a night builds up a “sleep debt” that is hard to
recover from. If you’re getting enough sleep, it should take you up to 30 minutes to fall asleep. If you’re falling asleep as soon as your
head hits the pillow (or while sitting at your desk), that’s a symptom of sleep deprivation.

53. Get more ginseng.

Ginseng is well-known to have energy boosting properties. It is an adaptogen, which means it build resistance to stress and boosts
energy. A ginseng supplement or sipping tea with ginseng can help improve energy.

54. Socialize.

Turn off the Internet and go socialize with friends. Humans are social animals, and we need regular socializing to keep ourselves in
peak health and energy.

55. Get on your toes.

Roll up and down on your toes. This stimulates your circulatory system, which will deliver much-needed oxygen and fuel (glucose)
throughout your body. You’ll be more energized and sharper. You can do this right now.


Do you remember the energy, the drive of your younger days? Fatigue is a common complaint of almost everyone once they arrive at
middle age. Rather than adapting to the feeling of being run down and out of gas… do something to gain energy and get yourself going
again! HERE ARE TEN TIPS...

1. Check for a health problem – fatigue is a symptom that appears with many illnesses, things like diabetes, heart disease arthritis,
anemia, thyroid disease and even sleep apnea. And don’t forget to check the medicine cabinet… often drugs can contribute to those
feelings of exhaustion. Suspect drugs for blood pressure, as well as antihistamines, diuretics or narcotic medications. If you’re
unusually tired after starting a new medication, talk with your doctor.

2. Exercise - even though it might be the last thing you want to do, many studies have shown that being active boosts energy levels. It
sure gets your blood pumping, which improves your circulation, making it easier for blood to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the brain
and muscles of the body. According to Kerry J. Steward of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, those who are active have a
greater sense of self-confidence, but also have stronger, more efficient hearts, lungs and muscles.

If you’re struggling to get motivated, use that iPod or MP3 player to create a workout playlist of songs (120 to 140 beats a minute) to
help keep you going. The tunes aren’t just a distraction form all the sweating and straining, research has found that matching the
tempo of your workout to music can increase you capacity for exercise by 15%.

Yoga might be especially effective for giving you more energy. A British study reported improvements in clear thinking, energy and
confidence after only six weeks of once a week yoga classes. University of Oregon researchers offered yoga classes to 135 subjects
(men and women) who were 65 to 85 years old, and at the end of six months, the subjects reported an improved sense of well-being
and a boost in their overall energy levels.

3. Drink lots of water - dehydration takes away your energy and hurts your physical performance. It makes sense that being
dehydrated can cause fatigue even when you’re just doing things around the house and yard. Dehydration also has been found to
decrease alertness and impact concentration. You’ll know if you’re drinking enough water by the color of your urine – pale yellow or
straw colored is okay, anything else is a sign you need to be drinking more water. Eating water based fruits and veggies is another
great choice, but be sure to include a serving of a potassium rich food as well. Any non-alcoholic drink, water included, over ice is an
almost instant pick me up.

4. Eat small meals, more often – some people battling fatigue might benefit from eating smaller meals regularly during the day as this
helps to steady blood sugar levels. You’ll also want to choose whole grains and complex carbs as they take longer to digest and help
keep blood sugar levels stable. And remember, more often does NOT mean bigger portions, be sure and keep an eye on the size of the
meals. Small means small.

There’s also been research that suggests low doses of caffeine during the day work are better than the giant cup to start the day.
Researchers found that those who work odd hours got a better boost from caffeine when they drank small amounts, and they did
better on cognitive tests.

5. Get enough sleep – sounds obvious, but lack of sleep is one of the main causes of fatigue, so if you’re burning the midnight oil
understand you can’t do this forever. Eventually you’ll need to get to bed early enough to catch up on your sleep. When those
participating in a 2004 Stanford University study were allowed to sleep as long as they wished, they had more vigor and were less
tired. Experts are also finding that good sleep habits may also have critical health benefits.

If you’re up late on a regular basis, consider an afternoon nap. Hardly an indulgence, napping restores wakefulness and helps in
performance and learning. A ten minute nap is usually enough to get you going again, but don’t nap longer than 30 minutes or you’re
likely to impact your nighttime sleep.

6. Get some omega-3 fish oils – according to a 2009 Italian study, subjects who took a fish oil capsule for 21 days demonstrated faster
mental reaction times than those who didn’t take the capsule. The capsule-takers also said they felt more vigorous. Another fatigue
busting food is dark chocolate (with at least 60% cocoa) as it contains a stimulant that boosts energy without giving you the jitters that
come with other sweets, so you feel energetic for longer.

7. Be aware of your own body clock - some of us have all kinds of energy in the morning, others don’t warm up until later on… at their
best by the end of the day. You need to be aware of your own daily energy patterns and schedule demanding things when your energy
level is up.

8. Lose extra weight – dropping a bit of weight can give you a major energy boost. Even small reductions help with mood, feelings of
vigor and the overall quality of your life. The most pain-free weight loss comes from cutting back on your portion sizes, eating a
balanced (lots of fruits and veggies) diet and being more active overall.

9. Get rid of clutter – all that mess lying around is a drain on your energy, reminding your silently of things you’ve yet to do. Working in
small increments to clean up – say a half hour a day, or a bookshelf each afternoon – is the way to go, you’ll see the progress but won’
t be overwhelmed by the task.

10. Change up your daily routine - doing the same things day after day drain your energy, instead switch things up and the reward
chemical of the brain, dopamine, is released. This gets the body ready for action. Even just taking a new way to work, shifting up your
workout routine, or eating outside instead of the kitchen table can be enough.

If all else fails experts suggest you fake it – slap on a smile, put on a brightly colored shirt or try a new perfume – by faking having
energy, your body soon catches on and you actually gain energy. Research has shown that a simple smile releases endorphins and
ups serotonin levels, and all this helps you come to feel the energy and vigor you’re faking.
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