November 30, 2017

What’s the best way to prevent holiday weight gain?

By Karl Oestreich

Star Tribune
by Bruno Povejsi

Amanda Gilles is a performance dietitian. She helps athletes get results through nutrition at Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine. We asked her to share Star Tribune newspaper logoher approach and expertise with those of us who are sprinting through the holiday season. Gilles is empathetic about the pitfalls; her favorite holiday pastime is getting together with her family to make — and eat — lefse.

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Context: Amanda Gilles is a dietitian with Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine. Mayo's team of doctors, psychologists, researchers, trainers, nutritionists and coaches have decades of experience helping elite and professional athletes, weekend warriors, and youth athletes maximize their potential.

Contact: Rhoda Fukushima Madson

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