After we devoured our hurricane supplies before, during and after Irma, thousands returned to offices around South Florida and loaded up on more food customarily high in sodium and fat (like pizza and chips) or sugary cookies and pastries.
After we devoured our hurricane supplies before, during and after Irma, thousands returned to offices around South Florida and loaded up on more food customarily high in sodium and fat (like pizza and chips) or sugary cookies and pastries. HOWARD COHEN hcohen@miamiherald.com
After we devoured our hurricane supplies before, during and after Irma, thousands returned to offices around South Florida and loaded up on more food customarily high in sodium and fat (like pizza and chips) or sugary cookies and pastries. HOWARD COHEN hcohen@miamiherald.com

Pigged out on your hurricane food supply? Fine. But recovery requires a different diet

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