Come up to the lab...

Come up to the lab...
If your mind immediately filled in that blank with “and see what’s on the slab,” you’re proof that campy movies never die. THAT one has been entertaining college students since I was 10 years old.And what place, you might be thinking, does The Rocky Horror Picture Show have in a blog post on health, especially a post that ought to be focusing on either how to create a healthy Thanksgiving meal or survive the holidays without setting our weight loss goals back considerably?I’ve weighed in on both those topics already: if you’re looking for a guide to a healthy (and, if you get it today, stress-free) holiday meal, you can get my Thanksgiving 101 e-book; if you want some tips and tricks, check out SparkPeople’s article on surviving Thanksgiving—I disagree with some of the recipe-related tips in there because they prioritize highly processed over whole foods, so focus on the non-food related comments, especially the ones by that Liza Baker woman.If you attended the most recent WXW event, a panel on women’s health, you were fortunate to hear some more excellent advice on the matter from my amazing panelists: Alison Corey, Gail Solway, Maria Sylvester, and Suman Tewari.What DOES this have to do with a laboratory? Finish reading on the blog: https://simply-healthcoaching.com/surviving-thanksgiving/