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Weekly episode recap via video with Bernie Salazar
We are so anxious to share with you the new site. Here's a morsel to enjoy while you anxiously await the unveiling of the all-new DietsInReview.com- our new logo! You can expect to see the new site in all its glory in September.
Newest Team Member: Brooke Randolph, LMHC
We have a bright new face in the Diet Blog, her name is Brooke Randolph. She's a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, currently practicing in the state of Indiana. Brooke's series will post each Monday in the blog, where she'll share and discuss the connection between mental and emotional health and weight loss. She'll help you battle the bulge by battling with your mind. Please join us in welcoming Brooke to DietsInReview.com. Brooke Randolph
September Featured Guest Blogger of the Month: girlawhirl
Starting 9/9, every Tuesday in September you'll see posts from our Featured Guest Blogger of the Month. Girlawhirl.com is a place where women can learn more about managing their lives- everything from going green and beauty to fashion and of course their health. Melissa Spiesman is the Nutritional Consultant at girlawhirl.com and will be contributing the following articles. You won't want to miss these.
Tues. 9/9 Super Foods: Now you know them, What to do with them Tues. 9/16 Agave Nectar: Sweet possibilities Tues. 9/23 We all have issues, the issue of Food Issues Tues. 9/30 Coconut Oil: Right in the palm of your hand
Brunch guests will sing your praises when you serve this rich tomato basil quiche. A sharp white cheddar cheese with fresh herbs and vegetables combines to make a hearty meal. 205 Calories, 8g Fat, 4 WW Points
Food journals provide you with evidence that cutting calories and choosing healthier foods really do translate into weight loss. The more detailed you are the better. You should keep track of the food you are eating, portion size, and calories/fat. Note who you eat with, your mood, amount of time to eat, and your activity while eating (reading, watching tv). Studies show that people who stay dedicated and keep track of a detailed journal lose more weight and actually keep the weight off.
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Burning Calories Can be Fun
Getting bored with your work-out? Break-up the monotony by expending energy with these fun activities outside the gym. For a 150 pound person at a 30-minute interval, you could do the following:
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