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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Are you tired of being held hostage in front of the vending machine?
Then please plan to attend the Sugar Blues Teleconference – December 15, 2009 from 7pm – 8pm.
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Exercise 3-5 times a week at a level that is tolerable and enjoyable for you (preferably 30-45min. per session): You will be amazed at your increased energy levels and how good you will feel.
Take 3 deep breaths (in through the nose & out through the mouth) 5 times per day: This will help you slow down, be present, and focus. Sometimes we just forget to breathe.
Stop eating once full: This will help eliminate excessive bloating and that miserable feeling we all have had after overeating. Your digestive track will thank you too!
Limit Sweets: Our bodies were not designed to assimilate the highly processed and refined sugary sweets that are so plentiful during this time of year. Stick to natural sweets & sweeteners such as fruit and honey or agave nectar.
Do not overextend yourself: During this busy season we tend to do too much and many times find ourselves in unhealthy patterns.
Supplement your diet with a high quality multivitamin and vitamin D: Many of us are deficient in essential vitamins, minerals, and Vitamin D because our food supply is lacking in these important nutrients.
A health counselor is someone who will listen to your health and lifestyle challenges and then work with you and provide support while you achieve your goals. My objective, as your counselor, is to help you become the person you want to be.