2. Eat Well The Day Of:
In order to prepare your body for daylight savings, try to eat well on the day the clock changes. Eat a healthy breakfast, a salad for lunch and a balanced dinner. Make sure you have plenty of water with your meals.
For lunch, consider eating fish like salmon, sardines or herring, which are all high in omega-3 fatty acids. These acids promote better health as you age. You can also add cabbage to your meal; it contains high levels of vitamin C, calcium and iron.
For dinner, try eating chicken breast or almond butter rolled into oat balls with lemon-flavored yogurt on the side.
3. Hydrate With Plenty Of Water:
The third tip to prepare for daylight savings is to try to drink plenty of water. Daylight Savings Time can be dehydrating if you are not used to the time change.
It is especially important this time of year as the colder weather and lack of sunlight can also further contribute to dehydration.
Aim for at least eight glasses of water a day to counteract the effects of DST.