Women's Health

Running on Empty

How many times have you heard a friend, colleague, or family member bemoan needing to “undo the damage” from a long weekend or overindulgent vacation? Maybe you’ve been that person yourself. (No judgment!) Or perhaps you’ve been sucked into the lure of the detox-tea Insta frenzy, hoping that simply sipping will help you meet your immediate goals. (Spoiler alert: It won’t. And we’ve got a better way.)

We tend to hear or think about these fix-it-quick desires around certain holidays that are known to be occasions for gluttonous overeating. It’s as if the holiday season

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