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New Educational Progam to Help Wrangell Eat Healthier

WRANGELL Many people are conscious about their weight and size. But, does being skinny really equal healthy? A new education program is being introduced to Wrangell that will help determine those questions. It is called Wise in Every Size. It's not a diet program. It recommends participants what types of foods they should eat. Victoria Martin and Tammi Meissner stopped by KSTK to chat with Tony Gorman about the program and how it will help Wrangellites.
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