If you’re like most of us, you eat out for lunch or dinner at least once a week.
The problem? Chefs don’t always have our heart health in mind when preparing their specialties – just look at those cheese-covered appetizers or half-pound burger next to a mountain of fries.
Cloudy skies, shorter days and sub-freezing temperatures don’t exactly lend themselves to feeling jovial, but for some, winter brings about a real case of the blues.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression linked to season changes – most often, these feelings begin in the fall and persist throughout the winter although they could be tied to any seasonal change.
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