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Talk to a doctor or pharmacist about how to ease symptoms
Keep flammable items away from children
Signs that he's under too much stress
Have the waiter remove any candles
Even walking will do you good
Don't use headphones
Milk also is a good choice
Munch on some healthy trail mix
Not if you have certain allergies
Watch for signs including swelling, redness
Make sure you get enough fiber
But observe a session before you join
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With the holiday season upon us many people are going to indulge in foods that we know may add a few extra pounds to our waistline. The holidays are about family, friends and food. Most people will tell themselves that they will start their training program AFTER the holidays.
According to a recent article in Food and Nutrition, a publication of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, yummy food stimulates the same pleasure centers in the brain that are stimulated by addictive drugs like cocaine. And just like drug abusers, we could become so “hooked” on tasty food that we seek after it even when we know the consequences might be painful. Gulp.
Who needs another cable-knit sweater? From jump rope to elliptical, ask Santa for something to make you healthier, happier and more ripped this holiday!