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Daily routine keeps focus off food

By Glenn Yoder
Globe Staff / June 17, 2009

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While I could blame an office job for my sudden weight gain (and I do, frequently), there is an unsung advantage to the work week: its regularity. Since I always know where I'll be during the day, I can plan my meals and exercise around it. Once the routine is set, it's far easier to execute. From stepping on the ... (Full article: 259 words)

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