How do you keep your energy up? It’s easy to turn to junk food around the house or office, but they usually just leave you deflated by the end of the day. What if there were healthy, quick and easy options that could keep you energized and ready to face the day? Turns out, there are!
This month I will be discussing energy enhancers – you know, those things that make you want to keep on going – that make you feel good and energized – ready to tackle your goals!
Summer is in full swing, busy with entertaining, late nights when family and friends come to stay and lazy days on the lake or floating down the river. Of course, I love summer and the R&R feel that comes with it, especially reasons to celebrate the season’s long lazy days and summer “treats”. However, we all know that if these habits become part of our regular routine, it can lead to unwanted weight gain. What you may have worked so hard to lose over the past six months can easily be reversed through mindless eating and unhealthy habits. To stop those pounds from sneaking back, I’m sharing with you “Five Mindless Habits that Can Add 6.5 Pounds” If you find yourself doing any of the following on a regular basis, send me an e-mail so that we can schedule a session. I will empower you to make choices that will keep you feeling great!
Imagine the structure of a house. The goal is to have a strong and sturdy home. Your bones are your support system. However, unlike the beams in your house, your bones are continuously being broken down and rebuilt. In fact, by the time you are 18 to 20 years old, about 90% of your bone structure has been established. Once you reach your 30th birthday, your bones will have reached their “peak bone mass.” After that, your body will begin to lose more bone mass than it will gain. If you have not built up your “bone bank” with adequate nutrition and the necessary minerals by that time, osteoporosis can set in, which increases the risk of bone breaks and fractures. To help you avoid this, this month’s newsletter is dedicated to building strong and healthy bones. Share with with me what you plan to do to build up your bones this month!
With summer just two months away, many people are trying to lose weight so they can feel more confident in their clothes! One way to cut down on overall calorie intake is to find an activity or new hobby to replace “boredom” or “mindless” eating. This month I am sharing with you 50 things you can do to replace the habit of eating when you are bored. Please share with me what you do to stave off mindless eating.
National Nutrition Month- Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right
Happy National Nutrition Month! I am excited to share this year’s theme because enjoying the taste of food is something I am passionate about. Sharing with others how to eat good food and enhance flavors, without compromising the nutritional profile is one of the favorite things about my work. I hope you enjoy this issue. Please share how you “Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right”!
Did you know that you can prevent and control heart disease? With proper nutrition and exercise, you can manage the health of your heart. One of the best ways to maintain a healthy heart is to manage your overall cholesterol levels. This month’s newsletter will focus on foods that help decrease your overall cholesterol as well as increase your high density lipo-protein levels (HDL).
This year instead of creating another “diet” resolution, let’s discuss the power of real food and how it can fuel your fitness goals! My wish for you in 2014 is to embrace whole food and learn how it can help enhance your performance and potential to reach your ultimate goals.
Wishing you a happy and New Year!
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