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The December 2015 newsletter is out - Genetically Engineered Salmon

November 30th, 2015 at 5:21 PM (Last updated on November 30th, 2015 at 5:22 PM)

Hello from Reston,

As Thanksgiving is behind us now, that means the holiday craziness is now in full swing. Typically, folks pack on quite a few pounds in December. What are you going to do to try and stay healthy this month? You don’t want to throw away all the hard work that you did this past year. Here is a suggestion that worked for me in 2014, where I didn’t put on one pound from the week before Thanksgiving through the New Year. Limit yourself to just one cheat day every week. If the company Christmas party is on Friday night, enjoy it & don’t feel guilty. However, don’t go crazy the very next day or when watching football on Sunday. You have to be good Monday through Thursday too. When the next weekend arrives, pick the day where you are getting together with family or friends to eat/drink whatever you want. The key is limiting yourself to one day off the reservation per week.

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The November 2015 newsletter is out- WHO warns against processed meat once again

November 2nd, 2015 at 1:03 PM

Greetings all,

My apologies for being a bit late on this month’s newsletter. I can’t seem to get caught up, so I took advantage of captive time on an 18 hour plane flight to Korea (while sitting in coach – not highly recommended).

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The October 2015 Newsletter is out - Lyme Disease

October 1st, 2015 at 5:10 AM

Hello from Reston,

Hope that you are all enjoying the cooler weather and the start of fall. Harvest time is coming to an end, but most farmers’ markets will stay open through October, so you can still enjoy fresh, healthy produce grown locally.

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The September 2015 Newsletter is out - GMO labelling

September 4th, 2015 at 5:02 AM (Last updated on September 4th, 2015 at 5:06 AM)

Hello from Reston,

My apologies for being a tad late on this. I had a couple of vacation trips in August and I’m a bit behind (I did learn that there is possibly nowhere hotter on the planet than Arizona in August). I hope that all of your summers have been awesome. It is always a bit sad to me when September arrives as summer is by far my favorite season. But at least football is back.

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How Working Yourself to Death is Really Killing You

August 26th, 2015 at 6:19 PM

How many hours do you work in a week? In America, the more hours worked is often seen as a badge of honor. Unfortunately, new research is showing that by overworking, you might literally be working yourself to death.

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