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September 30, 2008

Healthy Living: Is Wall Street Bad For Your Waistline?

ImagesIt’s impossible at this juncture to be unaffected by the recent events on Wall Street. With an election just around the corner, our financial markets are a mess, Americans are losing their homes, the country is at war, and we’re still dealing with shortages of oil and rising fuel costs, not to mention the rise in unemployment. Gee, did I miss anything?

No matter if you’re young and just starting out, or your retirement is looming just over the horizon, all the recent news makes gaining a few extra pounds seem like childs play, doesn’t it?

Turning on the news may give you an upset stomach. Or, like many Americans, cause you to reach for your cupboards for solace. So, with all this anxiety out there, I thought it might be well worth it to direct you to a Green Mountain at Fox Run Update that was published in the winter of 2002.  Food for thought…

Craving Comfort Foods in Times of Crisis – Update 2002 | Vol. 28 No. 1

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Reaching for solace, whether I realize it at the time or not, is a big part of my problem, that's for sure.

Posted by: John's Weight Loss Blog | Oct 9, 2008 9:38:07 AM

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