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23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?
Presented by Dr. Mike Evans
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Ten Life Hacks For A Healthier November
1. Adopt a stair-only policy.
2. Put a little less sugar in your morning coffee.
3. Eat your veggies first.
4. Order burritos with less rice and more beans.
5. Keep a glass of water on your desk and set a timer.
6. Find a new fitness gadget.
7. Take public transportation this month.
8. Pick up a motion control video game.
9. Set a time to turn off your electronic devices.
10. Walk & talk, or walk & watch TV.
How to Avoid Getting Stuffed on Thanksgiving 
By Coach Stevo, from MyFitnessPal

It seems like any meal you call a feast is bound to cause dread in dieters everywhere. Sometimes I wonder what would happen if we changed the name to “Thanksgiving Light Evening Snack With Family and Friends.” There might be less indigestion, but I doubt a name that cumbersome is likely to catch on. And overeating at Thanksgiving is a tradition in this country. Just like going back and eating more leftovers even though you’re still totally full from the night before.
Overeating is weird, if you think about it. If I offered people a delicious dinner under the condition that got to punch them in the stomach when they’re done eating it, I wonder how many takers I’d get? But to me, that’s exactly what it feels like when I eat too much. Except whoever punched me didn’t take their fist away for a few hours.
In order to combat this very real pain in my gut when I over eat, a few years ago I started using some of the habits that my clients and I work on during Thanksgiving and have found some really helpful tips to avoid that “punched in the stomach” feeling after the meal.
Join Miles Perret Walking Club  
11am every Monday in November
Meet at Miles Perret Center- 2130 Kaliste Saloom Road
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