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Dr. Pamela Peeke's 10 Weight-prevention Tips

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Don't Eat Late at Night

A late-night meal might be romantic, but makes your body vulnerable to weight gain.
A late-night meal might be romantic, but makes your body vulnerable to weight gain.
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Try to have dinner completed by 8 p.m. at least four to five days a week. Dr. Peeke's favorite saying is that if "you eat after eight, you gain a lot of weight!" If you must eat dinner after eight, eat lighter and eat before you go to dinner. (Remember, the CortiZone and your vulnerability to eat mindlessly extends through midnight.)

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