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Boost your energy

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Boost your energy

Why am I so tired? When you eat sugary foods, it gives you a short burst of energy – followed by a crash. This up and down can leave you tired, fatigued, and craving even more sugar.
Sticking to a balanced diet can be hard. We’re all busy, and sometimes we forget what’s good for us. If you regularly feel low on energy or ‘hangry’, you may need more glucose-friendly foods in your diet. Lower-sugar fruits, healthy fats, non-starchy vegetables, and legumes are al great.
Daily mindful exercise can positively impact your glucose. Even small, mundane movements (like chores or errands) can have a big impact. Track it all with Lingo, experiment with different exercises that fit into your schedule, and build active lifestyle habits.

Manage your hunger 

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Manage your hunger 

Are you truly hungry? Or is this just a craving? Lingo helps you understand your body’s hunger signals so you can build healthier eating habits.
When you experience cravings, it’s easy to reach for quick, high-sugar, high-carb food.' 'So make sure you’re stocked up on high-protein, high-fibre options to stay on track when your schedule gets tight.
Balance your meals. Build a nutritionally-balanced plate with this simple formula: a quarter protein, a quarter carbohydrates, and half non-starchy vegetables. Regular water intake can also reduce your urge to snack on unhealthy foods. Try to drink at least eight glasses per day

Improve your mood 

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Improve your mood 

Your diet can impact your day-to-day mood. If you’re feeling emotionally drained and exhausted, it could mean you’re eating too many high-sugar foods
A study found that people on a sugary diet reported having worse moods than those on a low-sugar diet. Sugary foods cause glucose spikes and crashes. This can send your mood on a rollercoaster, leaving you drained
Setting aside time each day to move can help reduce stress. Just one 10-minute walk a day can be a big mood booster.

Sleep better

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Sleep better

Steady glucose means better, sound sleep. And better sleep means steady glucose. Feeling rested is about managing your glucose and building a sleep environment that promotes high-quality sleep.
Eating high-carb, high-sugar foods two to three hours before bed spikes your glucose through the night. This can lead to a restless night’s sleep. So, stay mindful of which types of foods you eat before bed. They can have a big impact.
If you’re craving a late-night snack, go for a low-carb, low-sugar option like nut butter. And have a routine. Our bodies follow a unique daily rhythm, so a sleep routine is essential. Taking a warm bath or reading a book are great ways to wind down. And to top it all off, build your perfect sleep environment. Make your bedroom a calm, comfortable space that promotes restful sleep

Increase your focus  

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Increase your focus  

Glucose is brain fuel. And for proper brain function, you need to balance your glucose exposure. Too little or too much glucose can throw off your concentration.  
Clear the heavy brain fog and beat mental fatigue. When you’re in control of your glucose, it can be easier to keep your mind clear and sharp.
Staying hydrated is another way to improve concentration. Aim for eight glasses daily – this should help you stay focused.  
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