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Gemma Atkinson shares her high tips for ‘resetting wellness’

“However, those types of snacks are always followed by a sugar crash making us crave even more junk food.”

To assist curb temptation, Atkinson “creates mixes, such as dried apricots and Brazil nuts” that she will be able to snack on.

They’re an ideal choice for “fibre, protein, [and] a good energy boost without the sugar crash”.

The mum-of-one, to three-year-old Mia, says that “despite our best efforts we may still feel fatigued, struggle to sleep, [and] have gut problems”.

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