Today's Veterinary Practice

NOV-DEC 2018

Today's Veterinary Practice provides comprehensive information to keep every small animal practitioner up to date on companion animal medicine and surgery as well as practice building and management.

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or you can have it cook throughout the day using the slow cooker setting. You can always make extra and bring leftovers to work the next day. Score! Another nice option is scheduling a food service to deliver ready-to-cook meals a couple times a week to mix things up. These meal options bring all the ingredients for a recipe and can usually go from stove to table in under 30 minutes. Having a plan and some staples can make all the difference in getting in a healthy meal even when you are tired or unexpected circumstances come up. The key is setting an intention to eat healthy and know that it does not need to be fancy. Despite having busy and, at times, hectic schedules as professionals, eating healthy is still possible. Laura Baltodano Dr. Laura Baltodano graduated in 2013 from Washington State University. She is the owner of Lighthouse Pet Clinic in Lehigh Acres, Florida. In addition to veterinary medicine, Dr. Laura is passionate about equipping others with tools to enhance their wellbeing. She is a certified health and wellness coach, a certified 7 Minute Life Time Management Trainer, and registered yoga teacher and mindfulness teacher and is licensed to teach The Four Elements of Success by Lori Beth Jones. Her app, "The Wellness Doctor," is available for download from the App Store or Google Play. HEALTHY EATING ON THE RUN For busy days at work when you don't have time for lunch, you can stock nonrefrigerated healthy items such as nuts, seeds, nut butter, banana chips, roasted chickpeas, tuna, chicken or salmon pouches/ cans, crackers, and protein bars with less processed ingredients. #BanfieldLife We're helping DVMs combat the financial burden of student debt through our Student Debt Relief Pilot Program. Connect with us to learn more. GOT STUDENT DEBT? ┬ęBanfield 2018.09

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