Publication gets your 2018 off to a good, healthy start

The new edition of the Lifestyles Magazine offers advice to those who resolve to be healthier this year and those who dream of having an unforgettable romantic Valentine's Day.

The magazine, which features the good life in East Texas and beyond, can be picked up at newsstands throughout the area.

"The new year is a time for a new start so we loaded the magazine with stories and photos to help you keep

your resolutions," Danny Mogle, the editor, said.

Kathy Fang, a California chef who has competed on TV's "Chopped," shares her secrets to eating delicious meals and staying in amazing shape.

Personal trainer Tidjani Camara offers steps for ditching junk food. Nutrition specialist Leslie Harrison offers superstar foods packed with health benefits.

"And we didn't forget how important Valentine's Day is to many of us," Mogle said.

Lifestyle expert Patricia Wilson tells how to pull out all the stops for a romantic Valentine's Day dinner at home, and writer Tamra Bolton knows a great place for valentines who want to escape for a romantic retreat.

The magazine debuts a new culture calendar and features a special section drawing attention to the region's robust health care industry.

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