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The “seasonal 7” is the average number of pounds people gain between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.

Consider these tips during the coming weeks:

  1. Try a little bit – If tempted by a tasty confection, only try a small portion. Keep healthy snacks handy to nibble on. 
  2. Eat throughout the day – In anticipation of an evening party, thinking “I won’t eat during the day, so I can fill up tonight” will lead to overeating. Instead, eat breakfast and lunch as always, then munch on something healthy before the party.
  3. Take a seat – You’re more likely to eat only what’s in front of you if a sit-down dinner is served instead of a buffet at a party. 
  4. Enjoy the conversation – Get-togethers are about socializing, so don’t make food the only reason to go. Talking more and eating less can help you control your weight. 
  5. Have fun – That’s what the holidays are about! Balance delectable treats with healthy foods, like fruit salad or raw vegetables.
  6. Choose wisely – Don’t let being worn out from activities such as shopping make you forget good eating habits. Choose healthy dishes if you’re ordering out.
  7. Meet Jim – Actually, it’s Gym. Fitness Center. Exercise Room. Call it what you like, but it can be among your best friends any time of year. Consult your physician before beginning a diet and exercise regimen.

Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) online for tips on healthy eating. And, of course, we hope you enjoy the holidays!

Tuesday, 03 October 2017 17:25

Generator Safety


Did You Know?

The capacity of a generator is calculated in watts. For instance, you may own a 2,000-watt generator. Therefore, if you have an appliance that requires 120 volts and uses 10 amps, the appliance will require 1,200 watts of power. By doing this calculation, you can determine what appliances can safely run on your generator.

Use these safety tips when operating your generator:

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 15:20

7 Tips to Avoid Contractor Scams

After a disaster strikes, be on alert for related scams and fraud. Scam artists may pose as FEMA or other government officials, aid workers, or employees from charitable organizations or insurance companies in order to get your personal information or take your money.

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