Tis the Season

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

To all my devoted readers, Have a Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday and enjoy your New Year. If you haven’t adjusted your diet to a healthier one, Do it now! Don’t wait for the New Year, start today. Diet is one of the most important things in our existence. Most of us our very careful what we put in our automobiles but will put anything into our bodies. Treat your body right and it will provide you with great health and happiness.



Holiday, Eating healthy and Well

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Long gone are the days were we sit at the table for 6 hours and gorge ourselves. Or at least it’s long gone for most. This holiday season try to make more vegetables. If you’re a meat-eater, serve smaller portions and find interesting vegetable dishes to try with your meat. Avoid frying everything. For dessert make less! Try baking something yourself. Use half the sugar called for or use a substitute like natural organic apple sauce with no sugar added. An even better dessert is fruit, fresh, juicy and delicious.


Vegetables (Photo credit: neonbubble)

Holidays are about spending time with family and friends, not about over eating or eating the wrong things. Stay healthy and help keep your family healthy.


Healthy Resolutions


English: saturday, january 24th 2009. jenny ma...

English: saturday, january 24th 2009. jenny makes a delicious homemade veggie burger. she uses beans, corn, rice, and different spices. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We all make New Years resolutions and most are forgotten by this time in January. It’s time to take your health seriously and into your own hands. Start exercising if you aren’t already. It doesn’t have to be strenuous. Walking is a great exercise. If it’s too cold out, join a gym and walk. Next change your diet. If you are a vegan, congratulations your are there! If you are vegetarian but not vegan start to move more toward a vegan diet. If you eat meat, eat less of it. Start by finding a veggie burger you like and substitute it for a hamburger. Dress it up with onions, avocado, mushrooms, lettuce and tomato. Try vegetables stir fries for dinner. Eat more fruit and vegetables, they are here to make us healthy! Eat less boxed, canned and frozen processed junk. If you cook it, it should come from the ground (nature). By organic and support the slow cooking movement. You will keep our planet more green and your body healthier. Let me know what you are cooking. What new things you are trying and enjoying. Bon Appetit!