Post-Thanksgiving Detox Strategies: Support to Get You Through the Holiday Season

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If you’re like many Americans, you may spend the weekend after Thanksgiving remembering why we only subject our digestive systems to the holiday once every year. Thanksgiving food brings back great memories, and you probably justified your decision to dig into every dish based on the fact that you won’t find stuffing, cranberry sauce, and marshmallow yams on the table again until ...

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Staying Relaxed During the Holiday Rush

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It’s the week of Thanksgiving, which means that the holidays are finally here. During the holiday season, there are lots of fun things to look forward to — putting up holiday decorations, spending time with loved ones, baking with your kids — but the holidays can also be one of the most stressful times of the year. During the holidays, you have ...

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Understanding the Links Between Circadian Rhythms and Healthy Weight Maintenance

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Earlier this week, the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to three American scientists for their discoveries of physiological mechanisms that control circadian rhythms. In 1984, they isolated a fruit fly gene that regulates the physiological response to light and dark. The gene codes for a protein that accumulates in the cell during the night and is degraded during ...

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