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Holidays Tag

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Motivation: How to Eat Those Holiday Carbs

Did you know that the average American eats 3 1/2 pounds of Halloween candy? In today’s Motivation, Dr. Amy Fletcher + Harlee Palmer, PA, talk about this and the best way to eat your carbs (stay away from naked carbs)! Stay tuned for more information on sugar through the month of November. We are here to help you navigate the upcoming holiday season! ...

Healthy Holiday Cooking

The holiday season can be challenging for those who enjoy food yet want to maintain their healthy habits. Healthy eating does not mean giving up your holiday favorites or missing out on the season's enjoyment! Join Chef Joe and the Thrive providers as we share tips to help you stay on track this holiday season. This class will include education, holiday tastings, demonstrations, and delicious recipes to enjoy as our gift to you. To reserve your spot, register on the Thrive app, or call us at 704-390-7150, extension 2. Cost: General Admission: $60 Thrivers: $40 (please call to register and receive your membership discount) All registrants will receive a $15 gift card for Thrive purchases just in time for the holidays. Excludes medical services. Date: 11/15/2022 Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm...

Mindful Holiday Health Tips

[caption id="attachment_4832" align="alignleft" width="300"] Nancy A. Palermo MD[/caption] By: Nancy A. Palermo MD   The holiday season can be difficult for anyone trying to make healthy choices. With the added time constraints, many of us struggle with getting in exercise, maintaining healthy sleep habits, or limiting the intake of processed and sugary foods that abound at this time of the year. The added burdens of 2020-2021 - COVID, political and social stressors-have cracked our resolve and discipline even more. Many will be entering the holiday season with some extra padding. The pandemic lockdown has introduced bad habits into our everyday life. Many of us are entering the 2021 holiday season with an extra 10-20 pounds and still blaming it on COVID. Americans already gain an average of 5 -10 pounds...