Happpy New Year!

Dear ${customer.firstName},

We hope you had a fantastic time with your family and loved ones and that you were able to enjoy all your favorite foods together.

Speaking of enjoying meals with the ones you love, do you often find it challenging to do so on weeknights after a long day of work? We've got you covered with a simple solution in this month's issue.

Also, do you often find yourself still feeling hungry shortly after you've just eaten? Well, in the past few issues of the EnergyFirst newsletter, we've already discussed two natural appetite suppressers that can help with controlling those cravings - protein and fiber. What other ways can you naturally suppress and control your appetite? Find out in this month's EnergyFirst newsletter.

Yours Truly,
Gerry Morton
CEO EnergyFirst

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