Friday, November 16, 2012

Flexing Friday With HHWN

Enjoying A Healthy Lifestyle with
 Bryant and Anita Hewitt

Friday November 16, 2011

Food To Chew On:
Friday – The Failure of Success Without God
Psalm 73:17 (KJV)
 Until I went into the sanctuary of God; then understood I their end.
Thought For The Day:
Three resolves: no more comparisons with unbelievers who have material abundance, greater compassion for the plight of their eternal lives, and unqualified love and prayer for a chance to share the true abundant life in Christ.

Flexing Friday, as we learn more on how to eat right and exercise and be consent we will see the results in our clothing and you will see it on the scale.
Heart-healthy diet: Steps to prevent heart disease
Plan ahead: Create daily menus
You know what foods to feature in your heart-healthy diet and which ones to limit. Now it's time to put your plans into action.
Create daily menus using the six strategies listed above. When selecting foods for each meal and snack, emphasize vegetables, fruits and whole grains. Choose lean protein sources and limit high-fat and salty foods. Watch your portion sizes and add variety to your menu choices. For example, if you have grilled salmon one evening, try a black-bean burger the next night. This helps ensure that you'll get all of the nutrients your body needs. Variety also makes your meals and snacks more interesting.
The health and wellness craze is nothing new in Europe where beauty and wellness business has boomed for thousands of years. The options are definitely more old world than new age and utilize some of the most atmospheric locations including the old bath houses of England and Spain, salt springs in Germany or the thermal waters of Romania. Most emphasize thermal springs, relaxation, socialization and light exercise.
1.       Bavarian Salt Springs, Germany
Bad Reichenhall has attracted attention since the Bronze Age for its concentrated salt springs, which have been used both as a commodity, and for therapeutic purposes. Today visitors can alleviate back and joint pain at a number of complexes. There’s Rupertus Therme, an indoor-outdoor bathing complex where you can drink from the city’s 55 brine wells or catch your breath in a salt inhalation room. Local spas make the best of the brine and there’s a variety of salt-based treatments ranging from salt massages to exfoliating salt scrubs.

A Healthy Menu For

For Breakfast:
1 banana soy shake*
1 cup oatmeal

For Lunch:
3 ounces tuna salad*
2 slices whole-wheat bread
lettuce with tomato slices
carrot sticks
1 cup fat-free yogurt

For Dinner:
3 ounces Dijon chicken*
1/2 cup roasted vegetables*
1 piece brownie*

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