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Keep your carbs up to keep your mood up

If you don't eat enough complex carbohydrates your body does not get the sustained energy release it needs to function properly. This could lead to you feeling tired, weak and moody. Try to eat a small amount of complex carbs in every meal and stay clear of sugary foods which give you instant energy followed by an energy plummet.

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Get out in the sunshine!

Seasonal Affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that occurs in the winter when there is less sunshine. Using artificial sunlight helps many SAD patients. After decades of warning people to avoid the sun because of the danger of skin cancer, doctors are again advising people to get a little sun each day. Without sun, the body cannot produce Vitamin D–an important regulator of bone health. Vitamin D plays a role in regulating blood pressure and helps control stress–a main contributor to depression and anxiety. Try getting fifteen minutes of sun in the morning before you apply sunscreen or makeup.

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Keep up your vitamin C intake

Vitamin C is an essential vitamin for health and immunity. Vitamin C assists the body in the production of collage which is important in the structure of blood vessel walls, gums, and bones. It is essential to recovering from wounds and surgery. Vitamin C also acts as an antioxidant and has shown benefits in lowering blood pressure and increases resistance to infections and other diseases. Vitamin C can be found in fruits and multivitamins. An orange a day, which is high in vitamin C, can you keep the doctor away.

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Exercise to reduce stress

Most people don't realize just how important exercise is for stress relief. Exercise doesn't have to be boring, like on a treadmill. You can go hiking, play team sports or do a class at your local gym. Instead of heading for the couch after a stressful day head outside!

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Check the menu before you leave home

Most chains post their menus on their Web sites. For instance, Ruby Tuesday's Smart Eating menu tells you the restaurant only uses canola oil and even provides nutritional information on its salad bar. You can decide before you ever hit the hostess stand what you're going to order. Conversely, if you don't see anything that's healthy, pick another restaurant.

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Ask how the food is prepared

For instance, cholesterol-free does not mean fat-free; the dish could still be filled with calorie-dense oil. Neither does "lite" necessarily mean light in calories or fat.

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Triple the vegetables!

Often a side of vegetables in a restaurant is really like garnish -- a carrot and a forkful of squash. When ordering, ask for three or four times the normal serving of veggies, and offer to pay extra. "I've never been charged," says dietitian Jeff Novick, R.D., director of nutrition at the Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa in Aventura, Florida. "And I've never been disappointed. I get full, not fat."

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Have a role model

Have a role model, someone you know who eats healthily and works out regularly. Notice how that person acts around food, what they eat and how they eat. How do they fit in exercise within their lifestyle. You need to think like a slim person too.

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Lose your clothes as you lose the weight

Get rid of any clothes that are too big for you as soon as you lose weight. Anyone with a fat set of clothes in the wardrobe is expecting to fit them again and actions often follow expectations, before you know it you'll be eating to fit them.

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Take inspiration from others

Buy and read slimming magazines and then cut out those inspirational stories of people who have succeeded in losing more weight than you. If they can do it, so can you. Re-read the stories when you're feeling down about your diet or think you are reaching a weight loss plateau. People who lose weight are not super-human. They just decided to go for it and then never gave up!

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