I've spent the last few years working with a team of health professionals to get some issues under control. They are wonderful and have helped me a lot, but sometimes I'm not sure they understand my love of Las Vegas. I'm sure some of you can relate. Yesterday and this morning, I made the rounds of my appointments and was excited to tell everyone I have another trip to Vegas booked. Most had some kind of concern about how I'm not out of the woods yet and the potential pitfalls a trip to Vegas will bring. All of them said some version of "You can't stay healthy in Vegas!". But how true is that? I'm aware of the reputation Vegas has for sleepless nights, free flowing alcohol including the 3-foot tall sugary slushy drinks of questionable ingredients, deep fried twinkies, the endless buffets, the cigarette and cigar smoke, and the rest. But those aren't the only options. There are a lot of food options in Vegas and if you choose wisely, there's no reason to eat that much differently than at home. I think it's easier to get to my goal number of steps every day in Vegas than at home. It's about 40 steps from my bedroom to my office. It's got to be 10x that from my room to the casino in Vegas. Nobody forces me to gamble around the clock and drink my body weight in alcohol every day. I'll probably have to stick to something other than my go-to margaritas and watch the quantity, but I don't feel like I have to abstain completely either. So, I'm curious. What are your tips for staying healthy in Vegas? Do you restrict anything or do you throw caution to the wind and indulge as much as you want while you're in town and worry about the effects later?