Each commercial break, I hop down on the floor and start doing crunches or something. After a couple minutes, the show comes back on and I take a break. Most half hour time slots on TV have 10 minutes of commercials, or 20 minutes for hour-long shows.
Ofcourse by eating healthy you already save money but what about if you save half a buck per good day and a buck per pound lost or any combination or amount you want. With the money you save you can do something nice for you!
Should be motivation enough
Smoothies are very healthy and very filling! Just 8oz of fruit juice ( I use diet V8 splash), a cup of fresh or frozen fruit, and about 4 ice cubes. I blend them together in a personal size blender with an ice crusher blade and enjoy!!! Feeling snacky? Make a smoothie!
I've found it's most helpful to look at where i was - not where i am. where i was is where i never want to go back to - and it doesn't matter how long it takes me to get where i'm going. as long as my feet keep moving i'll get there in time!
Regret is the very thing that hold a lot of people back who trying to accomplish something. Maybe you got a diagnosis that could have been prevented by changing your diet or maybe you regret a decision you made years ago. Continued below...
Do one thing everyday to get you closer to your goals =)
When you first get out of bed, smile, stretch and say outloud THIS IS GONNA BE A GREAT DAY!
always stay with a positive mind and spirit!
works for me
These seem to satisfy and fill me up when I want to snack or am hungry. PLUS, they are healthy...
If you are new to low fat cooking, and think "turkey burgers" is an oxymoron; Take courage! Use your spice rack and be creative. When my husband and I first tried Turkey Burgers, we used soy sauce. If you need to go low sodium, a good substitute is sesame oil-- absolutely no sodium and good value!