Your Secret Power Foods…

For life’s most demanding moments, it’s important to fuel our bodies with the foods that allow us to perform at our best – Women’s Health details which foods to eat for each challenging moment.
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Your Secret Power Foods…
For life’s most demanding moments, it’s important to fuel our bodies with the foods that allow us to perform at our best – Women’s Health details which foods to eat for each challenging moment.

The am Job Interview
-Pack breakfast foods that will fight fatigue and make you feel more clever than Tina Fey

Fuel: Yerba Mate (South American tea), pumpkin seeds, dried apricots, plain low-fat yogurt

Killer Combo: Before the powwow, combine 1 cup of yogurt with a ¼ cup of unsalted pumpkin seeds, and a ½ cup of chopped dried apricots

First date with Mr. Could-Be-Right or Right-for-Now
-Nibble nosh on the food that will calm those nerves and give you a fresh, beautiful glow

Fuel: Brown rice, rainbow trout, dark chocolate, Acerola juice

Killer Combo: Scour the menu for grilled or baked fish and a whole-grain side

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Get the most out of every pricey minute with foods that power and repair muscle

Fuel: Whey protein, low-fat ricotta cheese, cherries

Killer Combo: After hoisting iron, put a half cup of ricotta cheese in a blender along with a half cup of skim milk, a scoop of whey protein and a handful of pitted cherries and whirl.

The Big Presentation
Down these memory-enhancing, anxiety-busting foods

Fuel: Sage, blueberries, edamame

Killer Combo: To boost your brain power, try this snack: Toss boiled, shelled edamame with dried sage, cayenne, and sea salt.

Anniversary night
Feast on libido-boosting foods to set off sparks in the sack

Fuel: coffee, chili peppers, watermelon

Killer Combo: Kick-start your night with a martini made from a half-ounce of fresh lime juice, one ounce of citrus vodka, and one to two ounces of pure watermelon juice. To add a little more heat, cap off dinner with a latte dusted with nutmeg and cayenne.

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