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Believe it or Not, What You Eat Before an Interview Can Make a Difference

The stress before an interview might tempt you to forgo breakfast. Don't go there. You absolutely should eat a meal ahead of your interview, as what you consume can affect the outcome of how the face-to-face goes. Here are some tips regarding what to eat and when, as well as what foods to avoid in preparation for your big day. What to Eat Four types of foods determine what to eat if you want the best results.
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