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What are some energy-boosting tips for busy moms?

Ms. Ashley Koff, RD
Nutrition & Dietetics
The ten essential energy-boosting nutrients for busy moms aren't found in food, but have everything to do with what food you choose and how your body uses it:

1. Nutrient L -- for Laughter . . .
2. Nutrient M -- for Massage . . .
3. Nutrient N -- for Nurture (yourself as well as other)
4. Nutrient O -- for Oxygen . . .
5. Nutrient P -- for Physical activity . . .
6. Nutrient Q -- for Quiet . . .
7. Nutrient R -- for Relaxation . . .
8. Nutrient S -- for Sleep . . .
9. Nutrient T -- for Time . . .
10. Nutrient U -- for Understanding . . .

Take time to see where these nutrients fit into your plan. We promise, they make a huge difference.
Mom Energy: A Simple Plan to Live Fully Charged

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