Oftentimes when you drink too much, you turn to unhealthy food options, says Emmie Satrazemis, a self-described “wellness evangelist” and registered dietitian with Raley’s Supermarkets. She suggests fruit, which provides needed carbs and natural electrolytes.
Oftentimes when you drink too much, you turn to unhealthy food options, says Emmie Satrazemis, a self-described “wellness evangelist” and registered dietitian with Raley’s Supermarkets. She suggests fruit, which provides needed carbs and natural electrolytes. WOODY MARSHALL wmarshall@macon.com
Oftentimes when you drink too much, you turn to unhealthy food options, says Emmie Satrazemis, a self-described “wellness evangelist” and registered dietitian with Raley’s Supermarkets. She suggests fruit, which provides needed carbs and natural electrolytes. WOODY MARSHALL wmarshall@macon.com

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