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Can you enjoy the process of shopping, cooking and eating to lose weight and feel great? Who wants to be on a restrictive diet and miss out on all the fun? People of all ages and lifestyles are finding ways to enjoy great food and a full “foodie” lifestyle without weight gain or unhealthy eating habits. Among the fastest growing group that has found a way to enjoy culinary diversity and stay healthy are the baby boomers - some of whom have chosen the “fit foodie” approach to eat food and good health! A fit foodie is basically someone who has a deep interest in the culinary arts, enjoys eating out, loves to cook, explores new ingredients and embraces the world of food as one of life’s great pleasures. At the same time, they have a deep interest in being active, playing sports, exercising and health issues. This huge number of active, vital, adventuresome, full of life, fun seekers has been dubbed the “ZOOMER BOOMERS”- the active generation. This group and people of all ages and backgrounds have discovered how to have their cake and eat it too while maintaining great low fat bodies, robust health and high energy. They are the envy of their couch potato peers who are struggle with age and obesity-related health issues, increased medical costs, numerous doctor visits and hospital stays, even early death. How do you join this exclusive club? It’s never too late and you’re never too old to get back to the best shape of your life and enjoy all the fun life has to offer.
Phase II Diet – Pureed Foods 1. For approximately two more weeks, your new pouch will be swollen because of the surgery. You will need to eat a pureed diet with a consistency of small curd cottage cheese, baby food or applesauce. “Mashing” certain foods or “chewing very well” does not produce the correct consistency; your food must be pureed. This diet will allow the swelling to subside and will minimize the chances of food particles lodging in your stomach opening. Note: Many patients choose not to puree their food but instead eat foods that are already a pureed consistency or considered acceptable by The Surgical Treatment for Obesity staff: Plain yogurt, drinkable yogurt, small curd cottage cheese, melted cheese, refried beans, plain quick/instant oatmeal, cream of wheat, grits, farina, plain scrambled egg, liver sausage, hummus, sugar-free pudding, stage I baby foods Tip: To save time and to avoid wasting food, many people puree food and then pour it into ice cube trays, let it freeze, and then place it into plastic bags. When it is time to eat, simply microwave a few cubes and you have a quick meal. 2. Each meal should contain no more than 2 oz. (1/4 cup) of food. 3. Eat only three meals daily. Liquids must be consumed between meals only. Drinking while eating may cause the food you have consumed to move through the pouch more quickly, and may lead to overeating. Always wait at least 60 minutes after you have finished eating to begin drinking.
The 411 on Healthy Eating You’ve heard it countless times before – eat healthy. Want to know what all the hype is about? Science has proven that if you lose a small amount of weight by eating healthier and being physically active 30 minutes a day 5 days per week, you can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. What exactly does “eat healthy” mean? Eating the same old bland tasting food day after day? Hardly. In the landmark Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) study, participants achieved success by eating less fat and fewer calories and getting regular exercise. The National Diabetes Education Program, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has developed educational materials for many audiences and in several languages as part of the Small Steps. Big Rewards Prevent type 2 Diabetes campaign. Although there are lots of diet choices and weight-loss plans available, taking small steps to reduce fat and caloric intake and becoming more physically active is most likely to lead to successful weight loss—and helps to keep the weight off as well. Here are some tips for eating healthier and getting you on the road to diabetes prevention:...
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Lifestyle Coach Facilitation Guide: Core Session 4: Healthy Eating Table of Contents Background and Preparation Page Preparation Checklist Materials Required for Session 4 Before You Begin 2 Lifestyle Coach Brief Learning Objectives Session Overview Key Messages 4 Weigh-in Week in Review This Week 7 Classroom Presentation Part 1: Weekly Progress and Review Part 2: Healthy Ways to Eat Introduction The Way We Eat The Type of Food We Eat 10 Part 3: MyPlate MyPlate The Purpose of MyPlate MyPlate: Grains MyPlate: Vegetables MyPlate: Fruit MyPlate: Dairy MyPlate: Protein How Have You Been Eating? Eating More Like MyPlate 12 Part 4: Wrap Up and To-Do List To Do Next Week Closing 22 Notes and Homework 25 Follow Up Session 4: Healthy Eating Background and Preparation Preparation Checklist Materials These are the materials you will use during Session 4. Participant handouts for Session 4...
This Meal Planning Guide is based on the Exchange System, which groups foods into categories such as starches, fruits, vegetables, milk, meats and meat substitutes, and fats. One serving in a group is called an “exchange.” An exchange has about the same amount of carbohydrates, protein, fat, and calories as a serving of every other food in that same group. So, for example, you could swap one small apple for 3/4 cup of blueberries for one fruit serving. Sometimes nutrient figures may seem to vary a bit from list to list due to rounding-off, different serving sizes, or different methods of preparation. But if you eat the specified number of servings of each group, you can be comfortable that you’ll have a diet rich in nutrients and low in fat and calories. At first it appears a bit tedious measuring out an ounce of this and a cup of that, and with some foods it can be hard to measure or estimate an exact serving size. An inexpensive kitchen scale will come in handy. And these pictures will illustrate some helpful estimations:
Axiom has launched a new marketing program to benefit clients incorporating Oryzatein into their products. Axiom is helping educate consumers that not all rice proteins are created equal and helps differentiate products utilizing Oryzatein.
http://www.thinkred.co.za/get-involved/events | Thousands of people around the globe are affected by at least one type of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) every day. This only emphasises the importance of heart health in this day and age. Learn what CVD is about the impact that it has had on people over the years. With simple diet and lifestyle changes many diagnosed individuals can overcome this threat.
http://www.florastrongheart.co.za/proactiv/default.aspx | Cholesterol is a substance that’s essential for the body to keep every cell wall working well. However, just like most things in the world, too much of it can be detrimental to your health. And, because the body already contains it naturally, a healthy eating plan with low cholesterol levels is necessary. With that in mind, you should also know that no other foods (besides plant sterol enriched foods) are as effective as Flora pro-activ when it comes to a cholesterol lowering diet.
What is H1N1/swine flu? Novel H1N1 (swine) flu is a contagious acute respiratory disease caused by a new influenza virus virus. In most people, the symptoms and severity are similar to seasonal flu. What is a pandemic? A pandemic is a contagious disease that has spread around the world. It has nothing to do with the severity of the disease. FACTS ABOUT H1N1 FLU How to stay healthy Wash you hands Cough into a tissue or your sleeve…do NOT cough i h into your h d hands. Use only your own g glasses & utensils Get plenty of sleep, exercise, and eat a healthy diet. diet FACTS ABOUT H1N1 FLU Symptoms of the H1N1/swine flu Symptoms are similar to seasonal flu and include: – – – – – Fever (greater than 100° F) Sore Throat and/or Cough Chills Headache and Body aches Fatigue g FACTS ABOUT H1N1 FLU If you have the flu stay home. No matter what flu you have (seasonal or H1N1) you should STAY HOME from school or work when sick sick. Do not return to school or work until 24 hours after y your symptoms have ended. y p Most people experience mild symptoms. If you are pregnant, have a chronic illness, or are experiencing severe symptoms call your doctor.