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NCHPAD - Building Healthy Inclusive Communities

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Letter from the Editor


If you are anything like me, you’re thinking January 1st will be the perfect time to begin eating healthy, exercising regularly and being more mindful of your overall wellness. As holiday cheer infuses every gathering from the work place to your home, it’s easy to succumb to a daily plethora of delicious, and mostly unhealthy treats. Lying around watching Christmas movies rather than completing your normal fitness routine also seems justifiable. After all, ‘tis the season, right?

While the holidays are certainly a time for sharing with friends and family in a festive manner, we would like to propose that it is possible to be healthy while doing so. Check out our Holiday Survival Guide and Christmas Movie Workout Guide to make this holiday season your happiest and healthiest possible.

We hope you have a very Merry, Healthy Christmas and are eager to serve you in 2016!

Laura K. Watkins 


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