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Is there a method for overcoming jet lag for people making long trips?



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Actually yes! An Argonne scientist a few years ago designed a jet-lag diet. It also helps shift workers. Dr Charles Ehret. By fasting and feasting three days before the flight and adjusting caffeinated beverages to late afternoon, it gives maximum ability to reset your biological clock. This is particularly important for eastbound travelers.

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