Posts tagged "Dieting"
Enjoy this simple recipe/menu plan and feel free to email me for more details about how to prepare dishes. Here’s to healthy and whole!! Salads: • Orzo Pasta Salad: 105 Calories/8 oz. Orzo, dried pomegranate, roasted pine nuts, goat cheese; balsamic • Corn Salad: 71 Calories/8 oz. Corn, green peppers, red peppers, red onion, basil, vinegar,... Read more »
SALADS: • Romaine Greens: 10 Calories/8oz. Raw Veggies: Celery stalks, carrot sticks, slice radishes, English cucumbers • Fresh Organically Grown Artisan Greens: 10 Calories/8 oz. Keep it healthy by adding a balsamic or low-fat dressing: Add to calorie content • Tuna Salad: 95 Calories/8 oz. Fresh Tuna Steaks red peppers, relish, shallots and broth •... Read more »
Salads: * Beet & Blue Cheese w/ Crushed Walnuts Salad: Baby arugula, parsley, low-fat blue cheese, toasted walnuts. 166 Calories * Classic Caprese Salad: Sliced tomatoes, red onions, fresh low-fat mozzarella, fresh basil. 184 Calories Fish: * Fillet of Sole: Organic Sole with mustard crust over sautéed spinach with red onions, orange segments, garlic. 259... Read more »
So I am watching the ticker, seeing how our economy is doing today, and they are highlighting a company out of Mountain View California who in April, will be marketing a pill for the obese population. I am shocked and stunned at the news today. Again, we are giving society a tool, a message, that... Read more »
No matter how great a diet program is, your results will be limited without adding some kind of activity to your weight loss program. Why? Because dieting is a bit like simple math. Here’s how it works: Burn more calories than you eat = lose weight Burn the same amount of calories as you eat... Read more »
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