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Before you open newsletter #14, you'll be surfing a brand-new DietsInReview.com. We've been telling you it's on its way for sometime and we're so close to pushing that button that we want you know what you're in for. We've heard your feedback, and introduced changes that will make for a more valuable experience. You'll have better access to the wide breadth of content featured on the site, more interaction with the content and other users, and you'll always know what's fresh and new.
We plan to flip the switch during a low traffic period, and hope this will not affect your time on the site should you visit during the transition.
October Featured Blogger: ChewOnThat Blog
They've published in the Diet Blog on a few occasions, but are now set to join us the entire month of October. Each Tuesday, check out the Diet Blog to hear what our friends Maxine and Hillary have to say about eating well with fresh recipes that promote health and the best of Autumn flavors.
October 7: Apples October 14: Cranberries October 21: Pecans October 28: Healthy Halloween
We're pleased to have them with us once again, but feel we must warn you- you'll enjoy their anecdotes and might not be able to resist the urge to prepare their delectable recipes.
Tomato soup is the perfect feel-good, good-for-you food, especially when it's homemade. This is a simple recipe, using fresh tomatoes and a basil pesto that gives this bowl of soup a rich, herby taste. 61 Calories, 2g Fat, 1 WW Point
All fruits and veggies work wonders in our bodies, but tomatoes stand out because they provide a powerful, cancer-preventing antioxidant known as lycopene. Lycopene is the pigment responsible for the red coloring seen in watermelon, pink grapefruits, papaya, and tomatoes. Tomatoes are by far the biggest contributor of most Americans’ lycopene intake. Eating these lycopene-filled tomatoes helps prevent cancer by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells. So, in short, eat tomatoes for your health!
October Giveaway: Autographed Copy of Jorge Cruise's 12-Second Sequence
He's a popular fitness and wellness expert, and he's saying you could have a thinner waist in just two weeks. His two workouts each week make it possible for even the most schedule-crazed people to reap the benefits of quality exercise.
Congratulations to Joyce S., the winner of our September giveaway- Crack the Fat-Loss Code! She'll be learning how to make her metabolism work in her favor and how to achieve better overall health.
Must-see Blog Posts
If you're not bookmarking the Diet Blog and checking in each day, you're missing some hot health topics from our team of health and wellness writers. Check-out the latest news, information and tips from each blogger:
As technology advances, it makes life for the diet- and health-conscious consumer easier. No longer is it necessary to manually calculate calories or guess at the distance walked. With gadgets like these, the fitness world collides with the tech world for a perfectly synced relationship. Check out these product reviews to find one that fits your lifestyle.
Keep It Simple
I strongly believe that keeping your workouts simple is the best way to stay motivated. By keeping it simple you are more likely to make it a routine and stick to it. Get your cardio in by either jogging, biking, fitness class, or other piece of cardio machine; then hit the weights. I recommend doing one lift per body part and keep it moving in order to keep that heart rate up.
Send Matt your questions today. Catch all of Matt’s Fitness Advice in the Diet Blog.
The content of this e-newsletter is for informational purposes only and is not to be perceived as providing medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should seek the professional advice of your medical doctor prior to beginning a new diet or weight loss program.