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Updated 04 December 2013

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Exhaustion season is upon us, and in just over a month most of us will be knee-deep in travel plans, cocktail parties and preparing Christmas puds. Do you have the energy for this?

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Exhaustion season is upon us, and in just over a month most of us will be knee-deep in last-minute travel plans, cocktail parties and sweltering days preparing Christmas puds and keeping kids entertained.

How are you going to manage, especially considering that you are probably totally exhausted already? We have a plan that will see you wide-eyed and bushy-tailed once you actually hit those last few days before 25 December.

Among all the dozens of gurus, experts, specialists and authorities (including your grandmother) who are full of sage advice on how to slow down and conserve your energy, I found one who gave particularly good, practical advice.

Turns out this a South African born GP, Dr Frank Lipman, who is regarded as a pioneer and internationally recognised expert in the fields of Integrative and Functional Medicine.

He’s also the founder of the Eleven-Eleven Wellness Centre in New York City, where his personal brand of healing has helped thousands of people – including Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Bacon and Donna Karan – reclaim their vitality and recover their zest for life. If it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for us.

Find out how - in 7 easy-to-follow steps - you can have all the energy you need to change from feeling weak, overwhelmed, sick and tired, to energised, inspired, strong and profoundly healthy.


 
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