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National Petroleum News – Facts About Obamacare

Dr. Kantor answers some prominent questions about President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare, for National Petroleum News Magazine. What are the major, immediate provisions company owners and operators have to be aware of and get working on as it relates to Obamacare (ACA)? Starting in January, 2014, all employers…

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You Did Overeat During the Holidays, Now What? Dr. Kantor Discusses Tips with the Lincoln Star Journal

Make a plan for 2013 Erin Anderson of the Lincoln Star Journal interviewed Dr. Kantor about what to do now that you did overeat during the holidays and have put on a few extra pounds. The audio from their interview is below and here is a snippet from the article:…

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Dr. Keith Kantor Is Interviewed On Popular Canadian Radio Show

Back in December, Dr. Keith Kantor was interviewed on the popular Canadian radio morning show “The Rob and Shauna Show.” C95 FM is Saskatoon’s #1 hit radio station. Rob and Shauna asked Dr. Kantor about the best ways to control your eating over the holiday season. Americans gain between 5-10…

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Should We ‘Save Our Appetite’ For Special Occasions?

Keith Anderson of WJOU 90.1 FM in Huntsville, Alabama talks to Dr. Keith Kantor about our urge to overeat during the holidays. What happens to us emotionally and physically? Many of us our taught at a young age to ‘save our appetite’ before a big occasion so we can indulge…

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Dr. Keith Kantor Discusses Weight-Creep and How We Can Avoid It with Steppin’ Out Magazine

We overeat during the holidays mainly because we have been trained to do that since we were children.  We remember being told not to snack before we go to Grandma’s for Thanksgiving or Christmas.  Once there we were expected to try everything and indulge ourselves. As a result, Americans gain…

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How Not To Overeat During The Holidays

Believe it or not, the average American gains between five and ten pounds each year during the holidays. This can have a very negative effect on your overall health as the years go by. This problem is properly termed “weight creep.” This morning Dr. Kantor spoke with Jay Caldwell of…

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