5 Surprising Energy Boosters - No Caffeine Required

By on February 27, 2013
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5 Surprising Energy Boosters

90 percent of people use some form of caffeine every day, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration report. While a morning latte or the occasional Red Bull provides a temporary energy boost, caffeine may actually do more harm than good. The stimulant has been found to cause headaches, breakouts, mood swings and can zap energy levels later in the day. Not sure how to keep your energy afloat sans caffeine? Fear not! Here are six totally natural ways to revitalize your energy, relieve fatigue, and sharpen your focus throughout the day.

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Dana Leigh Smith
Dana Leigh Smith
Contributing Writer at ExcelLiving.com
Dana Leigh Smith is a health-and-wellness professional based in New York. She has written for several health magazines, including "Women's Health," and "Health" and also has experience in community health education. Smith holds a Bachelor of Science in health and wellness from Syracuse University and is working towards her Master of Public Health at Hunter College.
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