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Making a lifestyle of healthier choices

New company coaches clients on diet, exercise

Zoe Finch Totten, founder of the Full Yield, offers a 12-month wellness program with personal coaches to encourage members to change their diet and exercise often. Zoe Finch Totten, founder of the Full Yield, offers a 12-month wellness program with personal coaches to encourage members to change their diet and exercise often. (Michele Mcdonald for The Boston Globe)
By Aaron Kagan
Globe Correspondent / February 10, 2010

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WELLESLEY - Many professionals believe the best way to lower health care costs is with better food. A Boston-area start-up wants to prove that notion true, that you can decrease the risk of diabetes and hypertension by making the right choices at the table. (Full article: 663 words)

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