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Addressing The Devil That Plagues Cooks

Melanie Wong | Oct 30, 201910:34 AM    

" . . . As you move from your invincible 20’s to your 30’s and beyond – things begin to change. We lose a few steps, our body doesn’t move quite as fast. We wake up with aching backs from bending and standing all day. Those headaches are worse and more frequent, your hands cramp up frequently, and your feet – let’s not even go there. The cuts aren’t as frequent, nor are the burns (at least we don’t feel them as much), but your hands look like 40 year old grape vines – certainly not worthy of a photo shoot for hands magazine. You’re 35 and your face still breaks out because of all the oil in the air, and that hair is starting to thin out on top. Your trim 6-pack abdomen is moving in a different direction, teeth are in need of dental attention, and you just feel tired all the time. What happened? . . "

ADDRESSING THE DEVIL THAT PLAGUES COOKS

When we are young, we are invincible. Very little thought is given to the effort required to prevent aches, pains, and serious health problems in the...

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