Too busy? Want healthy food that tastes great? Have 15 minutes or less?
If you want to have more energy, a sharper mind, and feel less stress, try this!
LENTILS are generous in phosphorus, calcium, potassium, zinc, molybdenum, iron and even B complex, may be the most nutritious of all legumes and one of the most popular around the world.
CELERY helps synovial fluid production to ease achy joints…ah sooo good for the joints.
GREENS are full of magnesium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, calcium and vitamins A,C, E, K and folic acid. They are blood purifiers, immune strengtheners, full of flora and enzymes (if raw or barely steamed) to help digestion, clear congestion, and elevate your mood.
OLIVE OIL contains oleic acids, a type of fatty acid, good fat, to help cleanse the blood vessels.
LEMON JUICE is preferable to vinegars because it is fresh, unprocessed, contains no yeasts and is alkalizing (which is great for American diets laden with acidic foods.)
THYME is a natural antifungal, good for respiratory congestion, and crampy gassy bellies.
BLACK PEPPER stimulates digestive juices and eases sore joints with it’s anti-inflammatory properties.
GARLIC is the natural miracle food, antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, lowers cholesterol and more.
1 1/3 cups cooked green or brown lentils
4 large celery stalks, sliced thin
6 ounces baby spinach leaves (use the type that is pre-washed)
2 Tbs Olive Oil
3 Tbs fresh Lemon Juice
Pinch of dried Thyme
Black Pepper to taste
Minced Garlic to taste
- Combine lentils, celery and spinach in a large bowl
- Drizzle olive oil and lemon juice over it
- Sprinkle generously with seasonings and toss
“Change? It’s Already Happening” was Michele Risa’s message to the diabetes community on January 8, 2008. “Many wish for change but the truth is it’s happening all the time,” she explained. “In fact, it’s the only constant in life. And it’s based on universal principals of energy.”
Michele discussed how you can harness this powerful force by learning how to align your thoughts, words, and actions with your feelings and desires. This seminar was presented via web and phone in an interactive, workshop format. Read the news blast below!
Fit4D Expands Webinar Schedule in Support of National Diabetes Month — Featuring Topics from Fitness to Holiday Eating for People with Diabetes
New York, NY (PRWEB via PRWebDirect) November 12, 2007 — Fit4D™ (Fitness4Diabetics), has announced new webinars in support of National Diabetes Month. These web/phone seminars are provided as an educational resource and at no cost to people with diabetes and their families across the USA.
Webinars are hosted by Fit4D coaches who are also nurses, exercise physiologists, dietitians and personal trainers with extensive diabetes expertise and accreditations. Fit4D coaches present engaging content and answer questions designed to support people with diabetes live healthy and fulfilling lives.
During a webinar, participants watch a Power Point presentation on their computer while listening to the presenter by phone. Participants can question the experts via phone and using on-line tools. Queries are discussed on the call.
Fit4D also offers members 1:1 personalized fitness and nutrition guidance/support that helps them achieve their fitness and nutrition goals.
Fit4D webinar and personalized coaching is available to people with diabetes at all levels of fitness from beginner to seasoned athlete.
The following are the upcoming and new interactive webinars:
Nutritionist Susan Meeke will discuss holiday-related issues on November 15th at 7 p.m. EDT during “Turkey, Stuffing & Pie, Oh My! Diabetes during the Holidays.” Topics will include lifestyle strategies for blood sugar control, baking and cooking with sweeteners and calculating carbohydrates in traditional recipes.
On December 12, 2007 at 7:00 p.m EDT Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Educator, Karen Johnson will present “Fasten Your Seat Belt…The Ride Could Be Bumpy.”
Questions addressed include: “How do you travel and manage illnesses safely with diabetes?” Laurie Anderson, MS, RNP, CDOE and Fit4D Director of Wellness Services will co-host the for an interactive discussion about the highs and lows of blood sugar management during travel and sick days. Come share your tips and experiences!
And to start the new year on January 8th at 7 p.m. EST, Kundalini and Hatha Yoga teacher, Michele Risa, will present “Change? It’s Already Happening.” Many wish for change but the truth is it’s happening all the time. In fact, it’s the only constant in life. And it’s based on universal principals of energy. Fit4D guest speaker, Michele Risa, will discuss how you can harness this powerful force by learning how to align your thoughts, words, actions, feelings and desires. This web seminar will be presented via web and phone in a workshop format and is interactive.
Fit4D™ is an innovative service, focused on people with diabetes that makes personal motivation and coaching available to everyone within reach of a computer and/or phone. A team of diabetes specialists including nurses, registered dieticians, exercise physiologists and trainers helps members start or improve an exercise and/or nutrition program.
Fit4D™ coaches provide the support and motivation only available from a personal coach who empowers patients to achieve the sense of well-being that comes from being in control.
For information, visit www.fit4d.com or contact info @ fit4d.com phone: 1-866-411-0254. Media should contact Tim Klein at 321-558-8843 or email timkleinbiz @ mac.com.