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If your insurance includes "SIlver & Fit" or "Silver Sneakers" you may be covered from gym fees. Check with your insurance! And let them know where you work out and if that Gym is affiliated you could work out for free!
I have most recently seen Medicare and Kaiser insurance... but there are many.
You can make healthier choices when you treat yourself to a tasty Starbucks (or Barnes & Noble Cafe!) beverage: ask for skim milk (I believe the default is 2%, and remember that the soy milk isn't fat free). If you want a syrup - or if the drink comes with flavors-, ask if they have the sugar-free variety. Opt out of the whip cream - painful, I know, but the drinks are still tasty!
Hot chocolates (my favorites) contain some vanilla to make them a little sweeter, so if you order one, ask for the sugar free vanilla instead of the regular. That will lower the drink's caloric count.
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