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Skinny Tip #5

Posted by on Nov 29, 2010 in Skinny Tips & Quotes | 0 comments

Skinny Tip #5 When you are full…stop eating! If you can, stop eating when you are “satisfied”.  Seems like an obvious thing, but many continue to finish their plate even after they are stuffed! Feel free to follow us, however you like: Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest Feel free to follow Skinny Twinkie: Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram,...

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Healthy Tips for Thanksgiving

Posted by on Nov 25, 2010 in Holiday | 0 comments

Here are some healthy tips to help you survive on Thanksgiving Day… Exercise A great way to start your Thanksgiving day is to exercise. If you plan on consuming more calories because of this traditional high calorie meal, a hearty workout will be very beneficial for you, including your waistline. Exercise is a great way to start your day, which can also help you maintain healthy choices throughout the day. You may want to focus on an cardiovascular workout, such as swimming, jogging, or using an elliptical machine. All would be great ways to burn a lot of calories for the day. Drink Water Just like any other day, it is important to drink plenty of water to keep your body hydrated. A benefit to drinking enough water is that you eat less than you would if you were dehydrated,...

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Rosemary Potatoes

Posted by on Nov 22, 2010 in Gluten Free, Recipes | 0 comments

Ingredients: 15 Red Potatoes 3 tablespoons Coconut Oil Garlic Powder Sea Salt Rosemary Instructions: Step 1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Step 2) Cut potatoes into cubed pieces (see photo), and put into glass casserole dish. Step 3) Place chunks of coconut oil throughout potatoes. Step 4) Add garlic powder, sea salt,  and rosemary to potatoes. Step 5) Bake for 90 minutes (covered), or until potatoes are soft. Notes: This is probably one of my favorite dishes. I am pretty sure I would rather have these potatoes than any “candy” out there. These are guilt-free, easy to make,  and absolutely delicious! Feel free to follow us, however you like: Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest Feel free to follow Skinny Twinkie: Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram,...

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Cure for the Common Cold

Posted by on Nov 18, 2010 in Natural Solutions, Nutrition | 0 comments

It has been said that there is no cure for the common cold.  Unfortunately,  pharmaceutical companies make too much money keeping you sick, and curing the problem isn’t a profitable business. Luckily, there is a cure for the common cold. I have noticed that when people start to feel like they are getting a cold, they will increase their Vitamin C and Antioxidant levels to boost their immune system. Though their immune system may be weakened and needs the boost of strength, it doesn’t necessarily resolve the problem. Vitamin D Deficiency linked to Illness During the Winter months, many of us suffer with the common cold. Also during the Winter months, we have a decrease in sun exposure, which causes us to become Vitamin D deficient. According to Archives of Internal Medicine, studies have shown that being Vitamin D deficient has been linked...

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Milk for the Lactose Intolerant

Posted by on Nov 15, 2010 in Lactose Free | 1 comment

Whether you are Lactose Intolerant or choose not to have pasteurized milk – what milk alternatives are available to you? The good news is, there are plenty of Lactose Free Milks available to you. The only thing that you need to figure out is which will provide nutritional value along with a delicious taste. Lactose Free Milk Soy Milk – Probably one of the most popular lactose free milk, and probably one of the worst for you, nutritionally speaking. Soy has it’s health benefits, but should be consumed only in limited amounts. If you have soy milk, you are probably intending to have the soy milk on a daily basis. Soy is something you shouldn’t consume on a daily basis on such large quantities. Soy is something you should have in moderation. Rice Milk – This is a great alternative for...

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Stop Morning Sickness

Posted by on Nov 11, 2010 in Pregnancy | 0 comments

You were so excited to get pregnant – that is, until the Morning Sickness crept up on you.  Don’t let the morning sickness ruin the fun of being pregnant. Here are some tips that can help you get rid of that sick feeling… Acupressure– This technique is different from Acupuncture. A huge plus is that there are no needles involved. Acupressure involves working with specific pressure points to relieve the morning sickness. Women who put pressure on the area above the wrist on the inside of the forearm (it’s called the Neiguan or “P6” point) have been shown to help with Morning Sickness. Try this technique several times a day to help with the nausea. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) – This technique has some similarities with Acupressure, where you end up tapping on different pressure points on your face, upper...

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Twinkie’s Typical Meal Plan

Posted by on Nov 8, 2010 in Twinkie, Weight Loss | 1 comment

A lot of people wonder what I eat every day, how I structure it, and how they too can implement my eating habits to help them lose weight. It’s taken me years to figure out a system that has worked for me, and hopefully my meal plan can help you too. Here’s a simple outline on how I eat every day… 7:30AM – Breakfast •Ionix Supreme by Isagenix® •IsaLean Shake (Vanilla) by Isagenix® -With my shake, I will include IsaPro (whey protein), Greens!, and FiberPro by Isagenix®) 10:00 AM – Snack •Fruit -I will try to pick out a different fruit every week. One week I may have an apple, while another week I will have grapes, watermelon or strawberries. 12:00PM – Lunch •Sandwich -I always use Ezekiel bread, and I either make an almond butter and honey sandwich,...

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Gourmet Waffles

Posted by on Nov 4, 2010 in Gluten Free, Recipes | 0 comments

These waffles are extremely easy to make. Very healthy. Very delicious. You’d think that these waffles were made at a gourmet restaurant. Ingredients: 1 3/4 cups Brown Rice Flour 1 tsp Baking Powder 1/4 tsp Sea Salt 2 eggs (separate yolks and whites) 1 3/4 cups Rice Milk 1 tsp Vanilla Extract 1/2 cup Coconut Oil Non Fat Whipped Cream Ground Nutmeg Maple Syrup   Instructions: Step 1) Mix flour, baking powder, and salt in a bowl. Step 2) In another bowl, beat egg yolks and then stir in milk, vanilla, and oil. Step 3) Combine both mixtures. Step 4) In a separate bowl, beat egg whites until peaks form. Step 5) Stir in egg white mixture partially with the rest of the waffle batter. Step 6) Cook waffles. Step 7) Place cooked waffle on plate. Drizzle some maple syrup...

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