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Finding Time for Physical Activity

Natalie Castro, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, says when you come home you have to have that mindset that you want to do something different. "Maybe you can relax, get out of those workloads, make you feel like there is a difference, but then you have to put your mind to making those changes." "Once you get to the point where we are on the couch, you lose a chance to become active, walk your dog, go to the gym," says Francisco “Tito” Jou, Exercise Physiologist with Baptist Health South Florida.

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