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    Energy can come from a variety of sources, but certain foods can give you more than others. Some great sources are apples and peanut butter, whole grains, nuts, lean meats, fiber, leafy greens, and more. Energy drinks and bars should be used cautiously since many may contain a high amount of sugar or caffeine. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to get more energy out of your diet and much more.

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