6 Steps to Ending Bad Eating Habits

July 10, 2014

A Client Wrote Me:  “Help me! I thought I was finally getting a handle on my weight issue but the sugar is killing me. I had an awful day. I won’t even tell you what I ate today because it is just so unbelievable. All I will say is that 90% of my food today […]

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7 Effective Ways To Set Your Goals In Motion Today

July 7, 2014

  7 Effective Ways To Set Your Goals In Motion Today   1. Stop seeking approval from people. You don’t need anyone’s permission to fulfill your dream. Trust yourself and give yourself permission to succeed. Having support from people whose opinion you value is a wonderful thing but it should not be the criterion for whether […]

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Do Away With Dry BBQ In One Surefire Move

June 30, 2014

Do Away With Dry BBQ In One Surefire Move   Barbecued Chicken is a staple for most backyard cooks. When done right, it’s a wonderful thing; when wrong, well, it’s like gnawing on barbecued shoe leather. The problem is, chicken doesn’t come rare or medium but for safety reasons it comes prepared one way-done, and […]

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The Secrets to Enjoying Exercise

June 23, 2014

 The Secrets to Enjoying Exercise   If you are like most folks, the mere thought of exercising is enough to have your mind make up all sorts of excuses why you should not, could not, and potentially will not exercise. However, there are some secrets and tips to really begin to enjoy exercise to its […]

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Acts of Kindness Benefit Everyone

June 19, 2014

Acts of Kindness Benefit Everyone Do You Really Want to Be Happy?   Everyone says yes, but the gateway to happiness makes some of us frown. The gateway to happiness, is giving to others. Think about this: “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” – […]

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Harvest a Summer Meal

June 17, 2014

Among the recommendations in the most recent Dietary Guidelines, is the advice to eat more vegetables. Though the amount varies from person to person, an adult eating a total of 2,000 calories a day should have about 2 1/2 cups of vegetables a day. Children can eat proportionately fewer cups, but they also need to […]

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Wagon-Wheel Frittata

June 17, 2014

Print Wagon-Wheel Frittata Stacey Lepitre: Stacey Lepitre Recipe type: BREAKFAST Ingredients 2½ cups (about 6 oz.) fresh broccoli florets ½ cup (about 1.5 oz) sliced fresh mushrooms ⅓ cup water 1 tablespoon cooking oil or butter 6 eggs ⅓ cup skim or low-fat milk 1½ teaspoons Italian seasoning, crushed 4 very thin tomato slices ¼ cup […]

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5 Simple Steps to Losing Weight

June 9, 2014

  5 Simple Steps to Losing Weight   If you are carrying around a few (I use that term loosely) extra pounds like most of us are, you all know all the reasons why we should take the weight off. It will reduce stress on our heart, reducing the chance of heart disease, cancer, possibility […]

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Summer Sizzlin’ Sale

June 4, 2014

My Mouth DROPPED When I Seen These  Sales Go Live Today!!   I normally don’t share these kinds of things, but with this much Sizzling how could I keep it all to myself?     Summer Sizzlin’ Sale       $119.85   50% OFF   P90X (English & Spanish) $59.90   $119.85  50% OFF P90X2 […]

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Grill Up An Easy, Elegant Meal This Summer

June 3, 2014

Grill Up An Easy, Elegant Meal This Summer If you’re craving a summer menu with more elegance than the standard hot dogs and hamburgers, but need something that won’t keep you in the kitchen all night, try combining convenient items already in the pantry with elegant, easy-to-prepare foods. Canned Bartlett Pears: Although enjoyable right out […]

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