I can't hardly believe it, but it's that time already! The dreaded time of the year we start thinking about that New Years Resolution that we didn't keep last year, but darn it, THIS IS THE YEAR! Right after all the yummy sweet goodies of the holiday season... 10 more pounds later! EECK! I've been there and at times, find myself right back there! Lets beat the rush this season! Lets make this December the fittest EVER! Commit to small goals for yourself...
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Thanks to a recent recipe post from a friend I decided to take some of the ingredients she used and create something new! Ingredients:1lb chicken breasts2 medium sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed1 medium apple, diced1/2 cup diced onions1/2 cup diced celery1/2 cup diced carrots1/2 cup mushrooms1 McCormick Packet--Brown Sugar Bourbon Directions:1. Place all ingredients into crockpot.2. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or until chicken pulls apart easily.
Studies show that even if you are in your 60's, you can reap the benefits of starting an exercise program. Your sixty's! It sounds like a very easy way to stave off major health problems and dementia. Here is a link to an article on the study which also states that those who took up exercise in their 60's were also less likely to struggle with daily activities like washing and dressing. Article.
Posted by Mac Dodds @ Wednesday, November 27, 2013 @ 07:34am
As we may be tempted to participate frantically in holiday preparations for the remainder of this day and most of tomorrow, I'd like to issue an invitation into a new way of celebrating, offering freedom, a lasting sense of renewal/rejuvenation, and the possibility of blessing others...
Posted by Vona Davis @ Wednesday, November 27, 2013 @ 06:33am
Yes, I read this entire article and it provides much more details than the average reader may care to consume. Being in the health industry, I feel it is my duty and responsibility to share and promote proper nutrition and exercise.
As the holidays approach, stress levels soar; it is a key time to harness the power of positive attitudes towards stress and actually use it to our advantage!. After all, it is our attitude towards stress which determines how it affects our health.