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Energy Fix: What's the Long-Term Risk of Quick Energy?

Dear Friends and Valued Customers,

Today's video from features registered dietician Ashley Koff talking about some people's need for a quick energy boost. Whether it's from coffee, other energy drinks or energy bars, Ashley says those things may have an effect in the long run and may be covering up a larger, more concerning energy issue within your body.

I invite you to watch the video below... and as always, I wish you the very best of health.

Lee Swanson


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About Ashley Koff RD

Ms. Ashley Koff is an internationally known registered dietician and was named one of the Top 10 Registered Dieticians in the country by Today's Dietician Magazine. Ashley maintains a private practice in Los Angeles and appears regularly on a number of media outlets including Dr. Oz, Good Morning America Health, The Doctors and CNN.

Koff was educated at Duke and New York University and also has training from LA+USC and Columbus Children's hospitals.  Ashley still lectures at universities across the country and recently released her book Mom Energy. For more information about Ashley and her work, go to


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