Best Foods To Eat To Help Prevent Breast Cancer…and What To Avoid

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | October 2017 | 2nd Edition

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Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Schedule a COMPLIMENTARY 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

“Having the BRCA mutation significantly increases the risk of breast cancer, but it is not always the only factor. Lifestyle choices may increase or decrease the risk of breast cancer, but that knowledge is an opportunity to empower ourselves, not to blame.” ~Dean Ornish

Best Foods To Eat To Help

Prevent Breast Cancer… 

and What To Avoid

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I want to share the best foods to help prevent breast cancer and inform you about the worst foods that can increase your chances of developing breast cancer.

As I am sure is no surprise to you, there are several risk factors where our lifestyle choices have a direct impact on whether we get breast cancer or some other form of cancer. These risk factors include smoking, lack of exercise, being overweight and our diets.

Some researchers at breastcancer.org believe that diet could be responsible for 30 to 40 percent of all cancers. So what should your daily diet consist of to have the best chances of avoiding breast cancer?

The foods listed below may help to prevent the development or progression of breast cancer:

  • A wide variety of colorful fruits and vegetables: (more than 5 cups per day)
  • Foods rich in fiber, such as whole grains, beans and legumes
  • Low-fat milk and dairy products
  • Soybean-based products
  • Foods rich in vitamin D
  • Spices with anti-inflammatory properties

These fruits and veggies are rich in flavonoids and carotenoids that are linked to several medical benefits:

  • Dark, green, leafy vegetables
  • Peppers
  • Tomatoes
  • Eggplant
  • Citrus fruit
  • Carrots
  • Broccoli – (actually any cruciferous vegetable such as cabbage, cauliflower and Brussel sprouts)
  • Kale
  • Onions
  • Apples
  • Pears
  • Peaches
  • Strawberries

Here is some additional helpful info:

Importance of Dietary Fiber
The Ida & Joseph Friend Cancer Center recommends 30 to 45 grams of fiber per day. Eating more fiber-rich legumes, such as lentils, has also been associated with a reduced risk of breast cancer.

Importance of Good Fats
Our bodies need fat just like our bodies need protein and carbs. We need to focus on eating the right type of fats. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats are considered “good fats.” They are found in olive oil, avocados, seeds and nuts.

Another extremely healthy type of fat is omega-3 fatty acids found in cold water fish such as salmon. Many experts recommend diets with 20 to 30 percent of daily calories coming from fat, with no more than 8 percent of the total calories from saturated fat.

Soy
There has been considerable controversy over soy the last few years.  My research has found that soy is a healthful food that is rich in protein, healthy fat, vitamins and minerals.  Studies are finding that it can reduce the risk of breast cancer.  Soy has also been reported to reduce low-density lipoprotein or “bad cholesterol.”

Soy can be found in tofu, tempeh, edamame, soy milk and soy nuts. When purchasing a soy product I would look for a non-GMO label.  I think part of the bad rap soy has received in the past few years is because most of the soy produced in this country is genetically modified.

Foods to Avoid and Why to Avoid Them to Prevent Breast Cancer:

* Alcohol: Studies have identified a link between regular alcohol consumption and an increased risk of breast cancer. Breastcancer.org report that alcohol may increase estrogen levels and cause damage to DNA cells. Woman who drink three alcoholic beverages per week increase their risk of developing breast cancer by 15 percent.

* Sugar: Researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have found that when mice eat a typical American diet that is heavy in added sugars, they are more likely to develop mammary gland tumors, similar to breast cancer in humans. The added sugars in processed foods to make it taste better can increase your risk of breast cancer if you consume a lot of these added sugars. Plus, these tumors are more likely to spread, or metastasize.

* Fat: I’ve already mentioned that we do need some of the “good fats” in our diet, but the fat I’m referring to here is the fat commonly found in processed foods.   Trans fats have also been associated with an increased risk of breast cancer and should be avoided.  Trans fats are most commonly found in fast food and processed food such as fried foods, some crackers, donuts and packaged cookies or pastries.

* Red Meat: Research is ongoing, but some studies have found a link between red meat and a greater likelihood of breast cancer, especially if the meat is “well done.” You also need to avoid processed meats and cold cuts as they tend to contain nitrates and are high in fat, salt and preservatives.

Three Other Healthy Tips to Help Avoid Breast Cancer:
Research from Ida & Joseph Friend Cancer Resource Center has found the following may also help the body protect itself against breast cancer

  • Vitamin D:We obtain this important vitamin from regular exposure to sunlight and it is also found in foods such as eggs, cold-water fish, and fortified products.  Many of us are deficient in this important vitamin so be sure your doctor checks your levels and if it’s low consider using a supplement.
  • Green Tea: This superdrink strengthens the immune system and has been linked to a reduced risk of breast cancer.
  • Turmeric: This spice is also a great for our brain health, but its anti-inflammatory properties may also limit the growth of breast cancer cells.
  • Maintaining a Healthy Body Weight: You already know that a healthy body weight is important for well-being in general, and it is particularly important for those engaged in the fight against breast cancer.  Obesity is a known risk factor for the disease.
  • Being Active: The National Cancer Institute report that women who exercise 4 hours per week or longer have a lower risk of breast cancer.  Find an activity you enjoy and make exercising or “playing” part of your daily routine.

I hope you found this article helpful and don’t forget to get screened for breast cancer if you are 40 or older.

Healthy Regards, Stacy
Source: Medical News Today: April 3, 2017, By: Danielle Dresden

*L.E.A.N. Start Online Flash Sale!*

Stacy is offering this incredible workshop for only $39! Regular price is $99.

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This workshop will never be offered it at this low cost again and the is limited to only 30 participants

The workshop will begin on November 27th and will include 2 classes per week with one phone conference call per week. The workshop ends on Friday, December 15th. Don’t miss your opportunity to sign up for this informative parent workshop!

Contact Healthy & Fit 4 Life at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com
to register. 

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00
  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountability throughout workshop
  • Continued accountability in online Facebook support group for all participants
Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for the next start date.

Join Us for Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s next
“Help, Mom Needs A Break!” MeetUp Group
 

Mani/Pedi and a Movie
at Kreative Nails
2538 Cedarcrest Road
Acworth, GA 

Wednesday,
October 25
10:30am
 

Ladies, let’s treat ourselves to mani and/or pedi and
then go to NCG Cinema for a good chick flick!

Has your child or grandchild been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD or ODD?

Or do you think your child or grandchild suffers from one of these conditions that cause behavioral problems?

Did you know that certain ingredients in common foods kids eat can affect their behavior and worsen these conditions?

For more information,
please access my FREE guide by clicking here:

3 Simple Daily Changes to See
An Improvement in Your Child’s Behavior

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Adding Juice Plus daily will also help fill the gap to obtain the daily recommend amount of fruits and veggies. Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com to place your order!

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Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s
Healthy Breast Cancer Prevention Recipe

Shrimp Fried Cauliflower Rice
Note from Stacy: I made this a couple weeks ago and it is delicious, but I would marinate the shrimp in either tamari sauce or low-sodium soy sauce before sauteing. I just thought the shrimp needed a bit more flavor. 

Ingredients
3 tablespoons toasted sesame oil, divided
10 ounce medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
5 large eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup sliced green onions, divided
16 ounces fresh or frozen riced cauliflower (such as Green Giant)
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

Preparation

Step 1–Heat 1 1/2 teaspoons sesame oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high. Add shrimp; cook 3 minutes. Remove shrimp from pan.

Step 2–Return pan to medium-high. Add 1 1/2 teaspoons oil. Add eggs; cook 2 minutes or until almost set, stirring once. Fold cooked eggs in half; remove from pan. Cool, and cut into 1/2-inch pieces.

Step 3–Heat remaining 2 tablespoons oil in pan over medium-high. Add 3/4 cup green onions and cauliflower; cook 5 minutes, without stirring, or until browned. Stir in shrimp, eggs, pepper, and salt. Top with remaining 1/4 cup green onions.

Time20 minutes  |   Yield: Serves 4
Nutritional Info:  Calories 269 | Fat 17g | Satfat 4g | Unsatfat 12g | Protein 20g | Carbohydrate 9g | Fiber 3g | Cholesterol 0.0mg | Iron 0.0mg | Sugars 3g | Added sugars 0g | Sodium 358mg | Calcium 12%DV | Potassium 16%DV

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  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountability throughout program
  • Continued accountability in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…
Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, October 20

Join us on October 20, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

Stephanie Hines Marketing MastermindStarts Soon
Join Stephanie Hines Marketing Mastermind for small business owners to experience more results in your online marketing than ever before over then next 6 months.  Apply for one of 8 available spots, here: Marketing Mastermind Info Page.

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete
and costs $45.
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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Do You Know Your Body Produces Special Chemicals to Fight Pain and Improve Your Health?

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | October 2017 | 1st Edition

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Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Schedule a COMPLIMENTARY 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

When you take the time to cleanse your physical body of accumulated stress and toxicity, you are rewarded with increased vitality and optimal health.~Debbie Ford

Eating ice cream and not exercising is great. The downside is your health isn’t so good.~Jeff Bridges

Do You Know Your Body Produces

Special Chemicals to Fight Pain

and Improve Your Health?


Our bodies are quite amazing! Did you know that your body makes its own medicine? I’m going to throw a bit of science at you. Dr. Louis Ignarro won a Nobel prize for discovering how our bodies make and dispense its own medicines.

The largest endocrine system in our bodies is the endothelium.  The endothelium is the lining of our blood vessels and is about one cell layer thick.  Dr. Ignarro discovered that a healthy endothelium releases a chemical messenger called Nitric Oxide which prompts the body to make its own medicines to treat illnesses that are often treated by prescription medications.

Nitric Oxide promotes a healthy cardiovascular system by dilating the arteries which increases blood flow and nutrients to our organs. When the arteries are dilated, this also optimizes blood pressure so the heart doesn’t have to work so hard and increases our lifespan.

Are you wondering how we get more Nitric Oxide flowing through our bodies? The answer is exercise. When we exercise, blood flows faster across the surface of the endothelium, causing shear force. Our cells lining the endothelium sense this extra blood flow and produce extra Nitric Oxide, which dilates the arteries, optimizes blood pressure, and delivers more blood flow and nutrients to the organs.

Here’s the best part. Once you start exercising regularly, you begin to “train” your endothelial cells to make more Nitric Oxide, even when you’re not working out!

Some other recent studies have identified other special chemicals that fight pain. Dr. Bradley Taylor, a chronic pain researcher and professor of physiology at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, states, “Our bodies release natural opioid peptides which include feel good endorphins that latch onto opioid receptors in the brain, blunting your pain and making you feel calm and focused.” Scientists have discovered 6 different ways to tap into our natural painkillers. Here is what they have found so far:

  1. Get Plenty of Sleep: Getting a poor night’s sleep not only makes a tough workout seem like something out of a medieval torture chamber, it can also interfere with our opioid system. Dr. Taylor believes it may have something to do with the increased stress, anxiety and depression that rise when we are sleep deprived.
  1. Go Ahead and Have Your Pre-Workout Coffee: According Dr. Robert Motl who performed a study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Campaign, Caffeine binds to adenosine receptors which are located in the areas of the brain that control pain. He recommends drinking a cup or two of coffee an hour before exercise. In the study,  people who consumed 2 to 3 cups of coffee before cycling hard for 3 minutes reported feeling less pain in their quad muscles than those who didn’t have any caffeine.
  1. Include HITT In Your Exercise Routine: According to Dr. Michele Olson, an adjunct professor of sport science at Huntingdon College in Alabama, “The best exercises for endorphin release are intense and/or prolonged activity. Do short, very intense bouts- sprints, plyos, running a one-mile PR –or just cardio for longer than usual.” The only exception to this rule is if you already have sore legs or glutes.  Intense running or plyos can make them hurt more.  Dr. Olson recommends super mild exercises that target the sore muscles. “Take a brisk walk or do light Spinning. You’ll experience pain relief from the increased circulation, which brings oxygen and white blood cells to the areas to soothe them faster.”
  2. Take Your Workout Outside:  A study in the journal Pain Medicine found that back pain was reduced after just three 30-minute sessions of bright light therapy. The authors say that you can get the same effect from natural outdoor light too. Sunlight may bump up your body’s production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that has been shown to block the pain pathways in the brain.
  1. Workout with Your Buddy: In a study conducted by Dr. Robin Dunbar, a professor of evolutionary psychology at the University of Oxford, people who rowed with six teammates for 45 minutes were able to endure pain much longer than they could when rowing alone. Dr. Dunbar says, “We release more endorphins when we do synchronized activities.  Even just talking to pals triggers the release of endorphins.” Bring your buddy on the walk with you or to your favorite workout class for a more effective workout.
  2. Go Ahead and Drink Wine: Research from the Douglas Mental Health University Institute found that participants who sipped on wine started pumping out endorphins and other natural opioid peptides. The key is to drink in moderation about one or two drinks per day to get this benefit.

If you do not currently exercise regularly, I hope reading this article motivates you to begin an exercise program. I don’t know about you, but I would rather have my body make its own medicine than rely on something a doctor prescribes for me.

My advice to you is find something you love to do and make it habit.  Don’t call it exercise, call it play like we would for a child. Have fun and go play!

Healthy Regards,
Stacy


FREE ENTRANCE | Plus, hourly wine drawings by Michelle Lobden, OneHope Wine Fundraiser that benefits our non-profit organization, CleaningforaReason.org, helping women focus on their healing and not cleaning.  OneHope also donates 10% of every Chardonnay purchase to clinical breast cancer trials. Since most of us give wine gifts anyway why not help a woman in need with your purchase. Go here to see their selections.  Super easy purchasing process too!

Co-chairs:  Vicky Bates, SURVIVOR–Maid in America (green cleaning) and
Sue Madison, SURVIVOR– Valentus (Health, Vitality, & Immune Support)

Other survivors sharing their story including:  Bonnie Ross Parker, America’s Connection Diva, “Walk in my Shoes”  | Special guest speaker, Dr. Robert Buresh (Vicky’s husband), KSU Research Studies on Exercise & Cancers | Over 20 vendors with services and/or products that benefit breast care health…yoga demonstration, thermography, chair massage, skin & hair health, & more!

For more information go to: VickyVBates.com/Events/
Check us out on FB at FB/VickyVBatesSurvivor/

Join Us for Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s next
“Help, Mom Needs A Break!” MeetUp Group
 

Mani/Pedi and a Movie
at Kreative Nails
2538 Cedarcrest Road
Acworth, GA 

Wednesday, October 25
10:30am
 

Ladies, let’s treat ourselves to mani and/or pedi and
then go to NCG Cinema for a good chick flick!

Do you exercise regularly?

If not, what would motivate you to become more active? 

We would love
to hear
from you!

Send your comments to Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com
or post on Facebook: 
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Team Beachbody Promotions

Our Annual Beachbody On Demand All-Access Challenge Pack which continues to deliver unprecedented value with the special offer price of $160 through the end of September!

At this special price, customers get the greatest deal in health and fitness with two excellent options to choose from – either a ‘daily dose of dense nutrition’ with Shakeology, or with our Beachbody Performance supplements (Energize and Recover), plus a year’s worth of the best fitness programs on the market, the Portion Fix Container System, and Coach support through a Challenge Group. Our Annual All-Access Beachbody On Demand Kickstart and Shakeology Challenge Pack offer is also still available at the promotional price of $205 USD


Insanity Max 30 Workout 

This is a short 30 minute workout that will challenge you! Contact me for more info or to order at 
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com.

Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s Recipe of the Month
Honey Dijon Chicken &Veggies Foil Packs
Savory, nourishing, quick & healthy!

Ingredients
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
3 tablespoons olive oil
6 cloves minced garlic
Pinch salt and pepper
1/3 cup honey
2 tablespoons whole grain Dijon mustard
Chopped fresh parsley
Crushed chili pepper (optional)
4 zucchini, sliced
1 pound (450g) grappe tomatoes, halved

Preparation

  1. Pre-heat your oven to 400°F (200°C). Lay four 12×12 inch (30×30 cm) squares of foil out on a flat surface. Place zucchini slices, tomatoes in the middle of each piece of foil. Season with salt and pepper, then top with each chicken fillet. Season chicken with salt and pepper, to taste.
  2. In a small bowl, combine olive oil, minced garlic, mustard, and honey. Divide the sauce over each chicken pack and sprinkle with crushed chili pepper and chopped parsley.
  3. Fold the foil over the chicken and vegetables to close off the pack, pinch the ends together so the pack stays closed.
  4. Transfer the packs to a baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes or until chicken is cooked through and veggies are tender. Serve immediately and open carefully. Enjoy with an additional touch of parsley!
Note: If chicken breasts are too thick, just cut lengthwise to make fillets, they will cook faster.
YieldServes 4

HEALTHY & FIT 4 LIFE’S
CUSTOMIZED PERSONAL CONSULTATION PACKAGES

  • Customized 3-month packages created after FREE 30 minute discovery consultation session to address your specific health concern for you and/or your child
  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…
Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Let’s Put Our Cities on the Map is an initiative and workshop to help local businesses increase their presence online by working with business owners, city officials, and lovers of all things local to spread the word about the importance of getting local business information on Google Search and Maps.
>>The cost of all workshops is $20. Contact Fredia Hill with Thumb Swipe Marketing. Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.
>>October Dates & Locations:
October 6, 2017  6 pm – 9 pm: Dallas First Assembly of God Church, Dallas, GA
October 7, 2017  10 am – 2 pm: Dallas First Assembly of God Church, Dallas, GA
October 12, 2017  6 pm – 9 pm: Crossroads Church of Douglasville, ​Douglasville, GA
October 19, 2017: 6 pm to 9 pm: Church of God of Prophecy, Douglasville, GA
October 20, 2017: 10 am to 1 pm: Church of God of Prophecy, Douglasville, GA
October 30, 2017: 10 am to 1:30 pm: Xperience Connections Susan Guthrie, Powder Springs, GA
Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, October 20

Join us on October 20, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

PLUS….

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete
and costs $45.
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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Why Do People Live Longer In Certain Parts Of The World?

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | September 2017 | 2nd Edition

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Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Schedule a COMPLIMENTARY 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

People over 100 are the
fastest-growing group in America
.

People soon will be working ’til 100 – some because they have to – and living ’til 125 or even 135. What do I know, I’m just a weatherman, but I’ve made a hobby of studying this, and it’s phenomenal.” — Willard Scott

Why Do People Live Longer In

Certain Parts Of The World?


I am particularly fascinated by this subject.  I want to see my 100th birthday and still be in good health.  I want my mind and my body to still be working.  My hope is that I am still able to workout six days a week at that time in my life.

Have you heard of the Okinawans who are known to be the oldest, yet healthiest people in the world?  There are a few other places in the world known for longevity. Dan Buettner, wrote a book called The Blue Zones. This term refers to the geographic areas where people have low rates of chronic disease and live longer than anywhere else in the world.

Buettner and his colleagues called the areas Blue Zones because as they were searching these areas, they drew blue circles around them on a map.  Not very scientific, but it worked for them. In The Blue Zones book, Buettner describes five known blue zones:

  1. Icaria, Greece: This Mediterranean county eats a diet rich in olive oil, red wine and homegrown veggies.
  2. Ogliastra, Sardinia (Italy): This region has some of the oldest men in the world! This is a mountainous region where the men typically work on farms and drink lots of red wine.
  3. Okinawa, Japan: Okinawa has the world’s oldest women! They eat a lot of soy-based foods and practice tai chi for exercise.
  4. Nicoya Peninsula (Costa Rica): People living in this region eat a diet based around beans and corn tortillas. They also regularly perform physical jobs into old age and have a sense of life purpose known as “plan de vida.”
  5. The Seventh-day Adventists in Loma Linda, California: This is a very religious group that is strict vegetarians. They also live in tight-knit communities.

These “blue zones” contain extremely high rates of nonagenarians, those who live over 90 years and centenarians, those who live 100+ years. Another interesting fact that Buettner and his colleagues found was that genetics only played about a 20-30% role on longevity. 

Lifestyle seems to have the biggest influence on longevity. Buettner found a few characteristics that were common among the people living in the blue zones:

  1. People living in the blue zones eat a diet full of whole plant foods: 95% of their diets are comprised of whole plant foods including vegetables, legumes, whole grains and nuts.  Although most of the groups weren’t strict vegetarians, most only eat meat about 5 times per month. The people living in Icaria and Sardinia also eat fish often.
  2. People living in the blue zones practice calorie restriction: As an example, Okinawans tend to follow the 80% rule, which they call “hara hachi bu.” This means that they stop eating when they feel 80% full.
  3. People living in the blue zones typically practice fasting: As an example, Icarians are typically Greek Orthodox Christians, a religious group that has many periods of fasting for religious holidays throughout the year. Intermittent fasting which involves fasting for certain hours of the day or certain days of the week has been shown to reduce weight, blood pressure, cholesterol and many other risk factors for chronic disease.
  4. People living in the blue zones consume alcohol in moderation: There is mixed evidence about whether moderate alcohol consumption reduces the risk of death. However, many studies show that drinking one or two alcoholic drinks per day can significantly reduce mortality, particularly from heart disease.  Red wine may be the best type of alcohol, since it contains a high concentration of antioxidants from grapes. Sardinian Cannonau wine made from Grenache grapes, has been shown to have extremely high levels of antioxidants when compared to other wines.
  5. People living in the blue zones build exercise into their daily life: Along with a healthy diet, exercise is a very important factor in aging. People living  in the blue zones, don’t necessarily hit the gym, but its part of their daily life by gardening, walking, cooking and other daily chores. A study of Sardinian men found that their longer life was associated with raising farm animals.  They also live on steeper slopes in the mountains and walked longer distances to and from work.
  6. People living in the blue zones get enough sleep: Getting adequate rest is very important for living a long and healthy life. People in the blue zones get sufficient sleep and oftentimes take daytime naps. Typically, people living in the blue zones get seven hours of sleep at night and nap no longer than 30 minutes during the day.
  7. People living in the blue zones also have the following traits associated with longevity:
  • Being religious or spiritual
  • Having a life purpose
  • Older and younger people living together
  • A healthy social network

It appears that what you eat, how active you are, how much quality sleep and good social connections are the keys to living to an old and healthy age. People are living longer today in all areas of the world, but many times people are “existing” and not truly living. Instead, they are being kept alive by medicine.

I wish that you have a long and healthy life. By practicing some self-care we should all be able to live to 100+ years.  I am looking forward to my golden years and hoping to be healthy as I age.

Here’s to your longevity!
Stacy
Source: www.healthline.com – Why People in Blue Zones Live Longer Than the Rest of the World

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Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class
at Core Bodyworks in downtown Acworth
6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 27th 

Let’s relax at yoga and then have dinner at Huey Luey’s in Acworth.

Do you have  a desire to live 100+ years?

How many of the common traits of centenarians do you currently practice?

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Our Annual Beachbody On Demand All-Access Challenge Pack which continues to deliver unprecedented value with the special offer price of $160 through the end of September!

At this special price, customers get the greatest deal in health and fitness with two excellent options to choose from – “either a daily dose of dense nutrition” with Shakeology, or with our Beachbody Performance supplements (Energize and Recover), plus a year’s worth of the best fitness programs on the market and the Portion Fix Container System.


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Do you only have 30 minutes to workout?

Check out 21-Day Fix or 21-Day Fix Extreme for results in 21 days.  This is a great workout program when you are short on time!

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Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s Recipe of the Month

Lemon-Herb Salmon with Caponata & Farro

A great recipe for longevity!

Ingredients
2 cups water
⅔ cup farro
1 medium eggplant, cut into 1 inch cubes
1 red bell pepper, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 summer squash, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 small onion, cut into 1-inch pieces
1½ cups cherry tomatoes
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
¾ teaspoon salt, divided
½ teaspoon ground pepper, divided
2 tablespoons capers, rinsed and chopped
1 tablespoon red-wine vinegar
2 teaspoons honey
1¼ pounds wild salmon (see Tips), cut into 4 portions
1 teaspoon lemon zest
½ teaspoon Italian seasoning
Lemon wedges for serving

Preparation

  1. Position racks in upper and lower thirds of oven; preheat to 450°F. Line 2 rimmed baking sheets with foil and coat with cooking spray.
  2. Bring water and farro to a boil in a saucepan. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer until just tender, about 30 minutes. Drain if necessary.
  3. Meanwhile, toss eggplant, bell pepper, squash, onion and tomatoes with oil, ½ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon pepper in a large bowl. Divide between the prepared baking sheets. Roast on the upper and lower racks, stirring once halfway, until the vegetables are tender and starting to brown, about 25 minutes. Return them to the bowl. Stir in capers, vinegar and honey.
  4. Season salmon with lemon zest, Italian seasoning and the remaining ¼ teaspoon each salt and pepper and place on one of the baking sheets. Roast on the lower rack until just cooked through, 6 to 12 minutes, depending on thickness. Serve the salmon with the farro, vegetable caponata and lemon wedges.
Tips: Most wild salmon—and now some farmed—is considered a sustainable choice. Get more info about sustainable seafood at seafoodwatch.org.
Prep TimeActive 30 minutes / Ready in 50 minutes  YieldServes 4

Nutrition Facts: Serving size: 1 cup vegetables, ½ cup farro, 4 oz. salmon
Per serving: 450 calories; 17 g fat(3 g sat); 8 g fiber; 41 g carbohydrates; 35 g protein; 77 mcg folate; 66 mg cholesterol; 12 g sugars; 3 g added sugars; 1,738 IU vitamin A; 55 mg vitamin C; 112 mg calcium; 2 mg iron; 562 mg sodium; 1,109 mg potassium

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Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…
Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, October 20

Join us on October 20, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete
and costs $45.
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



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Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | September 2017 | 1st Edition

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Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

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stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Schedule a COMPLIMENTARY 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

“There’s two times of year for me: Football season, and waiting for football season.” Darius Rucker

Yay! It’s Football Season Once

Again!

Here are 5 Healthy Tailgating Tips

It’s that time of year once again. I’m talking about football tailgating! Whether you like college football, NFL football or both, you will probably find yourself at some tailgating party during this football season. If you are trying to lose weight or just like to eat healthy despite the party atmosphere, I’ve got 5 tips for you to make your next tailgating party a healthier one.

Here are my top 5 tips:

1. Pre-party plan: I’m not talking about drinking even before you get to the tailgating party. (That is bringing back some college memories for me. LOL!!!) No, I’m talking about going to the tailgating party prepared such as…

  • Don’t skip meals earlier in the day to “save calories.” Trust me this will backfire and you’ll be absolutely ravenous by the time there is food to eat which will lead to major overeating.
  • Most tailgating events are BYOB. Make lighter choices with your alcohol by bringing a lite beer, wine, or a skinnier version of your favorite cocktail.  There are some good mixers available that are lighter in calories. My favorite mixer is Tres Agave Key Lime and Strawberry.  Note: If using a mixer, be sure to read the labels.  Most mixers contain toxins such as artificial colors and preservatives.  Tres Agave (I swear I’m not receiving a kickback from the company) is all natural and organic too! 
  • If you bring some type of meat to grill, bring lean protein such as fish, shrimp, or chicken breast.
  • Bring healthy snacks such as carrots, celery, bell peppers, broccoli, hummus and trail mix to help keep calories in check.  Just watch the portion size for trail mix. It’s healthy but a serving size is ¼ cup.
  • You might also want to bring a crockpot of chili or soup. Chili and soup are generally lower in calories, but filled with nutritious goodness

2. Remember to Hydrate: No one wants a hangover following a tailgating party. A little bit of planning goes a long way here.

  • Bring a cooler with plenty of water. Whether you make some tasty infused water or just plain H20, you’ll want to stay hydrated, especially if you are planning on drinking alcohol.
  • For every drink you have, follow it with 8 oz. of water.  This will help keep you stay hydrated.  If you are watching your calories, it’s also important to drink in moderation. Those liquid calories have no nutritional value and add up quickly.

3. Set some party rules: These are rules you set for yourself to keep your portion sizes in check and your alcohol in moderation.

  • Instead of eating from the huge paper plate that someone brought to the tailgate, bring a small dessert size plate and use it to portion out a serving of snacks and desserts. Yes, I’m not telling you not to eat dessert. I don’t believe in depriving anyone of a sweet treat.  Just remember everything in moderation.
  • Limit yourself to filling your small plate only once for snacks, your main entrée and dessert. Use a small paper bowl for chili or soup.

4. Eat Mindfully: Now pay close attention to this next tip.

  • Please do not stand around chatting and mindlessly munching on whatever may be sitting out around your tailgating area. I’m back to the small plate again, but only use your plate for food and then step away from the food table. Yes, I said it, STEP AWAY FROM THE TABLE!!!

5.Get Moving!

  • Did someone bring cornhole to your tailgating party? Play a few games of cornhole, toss a football, or take a walk around the parking lot with your friends or kids.
  • Although good food is important while tailgating, what’s most important is enjoying the company of your friends and family, relaxing and, of course, watching the game!

Here’s to making healthier choices at your next tailgating party and to your team winning!
Healthy Regards,
Stacy

Just wanted to let you know that September is Fruits & Veggies More Matters Month. Did you get your 9+ recommended servings today?
If not, there is a product called Juice+ that is made of powdered fruits and veggies. It’s a great way to fill the gap to eat more of what we all need on a daily basis.
Have questions? PM me or send an email to Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Join Us for
Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s next MeetUp Group 

Happy Hour Yoga at Be Fit Studio
6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, September 27th 

Let’s relax at yoga and then have dinner at Tsunami on Marietta Square.

Team Beachbody Promotions

Our Annual Beachbody On Demand All-Access Challenge Pack which continues to deliver unprecedented value with the special offer price of $160 through the end of September!

At this special price, customers get the greatest deal in health and fitness with two excellent options to choose from – “either a daily dose of dense nutrition” with Shakeology, or with our Beachbody Performance supplements (Energize and Recover), plus a year’s worth of the best fitness programs on the market and the Portion Fix Container System.


Beachbody On Demand PiYO Workout!

PiYo is my absolute favorite workout!
This workout is available on-demand so you are able to access the workout on your computer, phone or tablet-anytime or anywhere!  

To purchase, PM me or email Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com.

What is your favorite food or drink at a tailgating party?

We would love to hear from you!

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Announcing:
The 5-day Healthy Lunchbox
Makeover Challenge

**Begins September 18th**

Are your kids already bored with their lunches?
Learn what is healthy and unhealthy to pack for lunch so our kids are more attentive and more well behaved at school and at home. 

Join the FB group Here!

Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s
Healthy Tailgaiting Recipe
Quick Green Chicken Chili
This would be perfect to take in your crockpot! 
Ingredients
1 1/2 cups unsalted chicken stock, divided
2 (15-oz.) cans unsalted Great Northern beans, rinsed, drained, and divided
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 cup chopped yellow onion
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 1/2 teaspoons all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon ground cumin
2 (4-oz.) cans mild chopped green chiles, drained
1/2 teaspoon black pepper, divided
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
8 ounces boneless, skinless rotisserie chicken breast, shredded (about 1 cup)
2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
1/4 cup sliced radishes
2 tablespoons light sour cream
2 tablespoons fresh cilantro leaves
1 ripe avocado, sliced
Directions
Step 1
Place 1/2 cup stock and 1 can beans in a blender, and blend until smooth. Heat olive oil in a large Dutch oven over medium-high. Add onion; sauté 4 minutes. Add garlic; sauté 2 minutes. Sprinkle flour over pan; cook 1 minute. Stir in cumin and chiles; cook 1 minute. Add bean mixture, remaining 1 cup stock, remaining 1 can beans, 1/4 teaspoon pepper, and salt; bring to a boil.

Step 2
Reduce heat to medium; simmer 5 minutes or until slightly thickened. Add chicken; cook 2 minutes. Stir in juice. Divide chili among 4 bowls; top evenly with radishes, sour cream, cilantro, avocado, and remaining 1/4 teaspoon pepper.

Prep Time: 20 minutes  YieldServes 4 (serving size: about 1 1/4 cups)

Nutrition Facts: Calories 376 | Fat 16g | Satfat 3g |  Unsatfat 11g | Protein 27g | Carbohydrate 34g | Fiber 11g | Cholesterol 0.0mg | Iron 0.0mg | Sodium 636mg | Calcium 12% DV | Potassium 23% DV |  Sugars 4g

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  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

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Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
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Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…
Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, September 15

Join us on September 15, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete
and costs $45.
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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Should Babies and Kids Drink Fruit Juice?

 

 

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“Eating crappy food isn’t a reward — it’s a punishment.”
~Drew Carey

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Should Babies and Kids

Drink Fruit Juice?


To answer this question, I found an article published in the journal Pediatrics in May 2017 that revealed The American Academy of Pediatrics new guidelines for children’s fruit juice consumption.

The original guideline advised parents to wait to offer juice to their babies until the child was 6 months old.  The new guidelines now do not recommend juice before children are 1 year old, unless advised by a doctor.

The American Academy of Pediatrics decided to change the guideline based on rising rates of obesity and concerns about tooth cavities.

The new guidelines state that 100% fruit juice can be a healthy part of a well-balanced diet for children over a year old. The Academy advises parents to limit juice to only 4 ounces or ½ cup daily for toddlers between 1 and 3 years old. The Academy also recommends providing juice in a cup instead of a bottle or box as the latter makes it easier to drink juice all day.

The guidelines also suggest that children between 4 and 6 only have 4 to 6 ounces of juice daily.  This equates to ½ to ¾ cup of juice. Children between 7 and 18 should have no more than 8 ounces or 1 cup of juice per day.

The Academy states that kids need to learn to eat fruit rather than fruit juice. Fruit contains more fiber and protein and is more filling than juice.  Sharon Zarabi, a nutritionist at Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC, states “with my experience of working with obese adults, we tend to see that what people eat when they’re younger is what sticks with them as they get older.”

What’s the best drink a child or anyone for that matter can drink?  Good old fashioned water.  We need water to hydrate every cell in our bodies. Kid’s 5-8 need 5 glasses of water daily or 1 liter total, kids 9-12 need 7 glasses per day or 1.5 liters per day and anyone age 13 to adult needs 8-10 glasses per day which equates to a ½ gallon.

Of course, you don’t have to just drink glasses of water to make up the recommended amount of daily water. Certain fruits and vegetables contain high amounts of water and will replace one of those glasses of water.  Some of those fruits and veggies include the following: watermelon, strawberries, cantaloupe, pineapple, oranges, raspberries, cucumbers, celery, iceberg lettuce, spinach, and green peppers.

Happy drinking and healthy regards,
Stacy

Source: www.cnn.comNo Fruit Juice for Kids Under 1, Pediatricians Advise by: Susan Scutti

Review of Beachbody Workout:
Core de Force


I recently finished the 60-day Core de Force workout. One of my favorite workouts is cardio kickboxing. This was an excellent cardio workout! 
The workout consists of 3 minute rounds.  One minute of the 3 minute rounds is a HIIT round they call spikes. It does spike your heartrate!

The shortest workout was only 25 minutes and the longest was just over an hour if you complete the cardio and extra core kinetics workout. If you can’t commit to an entire hour, you can always break it up and complete the 45 minute cardio workout and complete the core exercises later in the day.  It all counts as your daily exercise!

What I liked about the program:
I liked the variety of moves, including some defensive moves that are typically not included in cardio kickboxing classes. I actually grew to like the many variations of different pushups in the dynamic strength workout.  I really enjoyed the different cardio workout and new ways of strength training using only my bodyweight. My arms do look a bit more toned after completing all those pushups!!!

What I would improve:
There are only a couple things I would change with this program.  First, you don’t always switch from your dominant stance. I made it a habit to always switch my stance during the routine.  It helped me feel more balanced.

The other change I would make is to have one day a week as a stretching day instead of a cardio/strength training day. I had to stretch on my own because all of the kicking really makes your hamstrings and for me, my hip flexors very sore. They only have a 5-minute nighttime recovery stretch which isn’t long enough to really stretch your muscles.

My overall recommendation:
If you like cardio kickboxing, then I would highly recommend that you try this program.  I would always change your stance even if the instructors are not changing it for that particular routine. I would also incorporate more stretching on a day when the cardio portion is shorter. I did the TurboFire stretch 40 and stretch 10 a few times to help stretch my muscles.

If you would like more information, check out this informational video: https://www.beachbodyondemand.com/programs/core-de-force

Also, if you would like to purchase it, please go to www.teambeachbody.com/Fehlinger1 and let me know what you think about the program after you try it!

Healthy Regards,
Stacy

Join Us for
Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s next
“Help! Mom Needs a Break” MeetUp Group
 

Hooray the Kids Are Back In School!
A Day on Allatoona Lake!

Wednesday, August 30 | 10:00 AM
Tanyard Creek Boat Ramp
4959 Tanyard Creek Road SE, Acworth, GA

Meet us at Tanyard Creek Boat Ramp. Stacy’s husband has been recruited to be our captain for a day of boating on the lake w/no kids! You can water ski, tube or float around in our inflatable kayaks. Bring a side dish and whatever you would like to drink. We will grill some hamburgers or hot dogs for lunch. You will be home in time for your kids to arrive from school.

Click Here to Sign up at MeetUp.com 
Questions? Contact Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Team Beachbody Promotions

* NEW * Beachbody Shift Shop
Click on the video below to see a demonstration of this program (or link to www.teambeachbody.com/Fehlinger1) to place your orders!

* NEW * Beachbody Daily Sunshine

Beachbody has also recently released a smoothie formulated for kids. Click on the video below to learn more and to place your orders!

How much juice do you and your kids drink?

Is it over the new recommended guidelines? 

Send your comments to Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com
or post on Facebook: 

Facebook/StacyFehlinger

Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s
Healthier Alternative to Fried Rice
Fried Quinoa for Kids
Ditch the fried rice from your Chinese takeout place and make this Fried Quinoa! It’s better for you and can be on the table in 10 minutes!
Ingredients
2 medium – carrot
1 small – onion
2 cloves – garlic
3 tbsp – butter, salted
3 large – egg
1/2 cup – green peas, frozen
4 cup – Quinoa, cooked
4 tablespoon – soy sauce, low sodium
1 tablespoon – oyster sauce
2 stalk – green onion
Directions
  1. Chop carrots, onions and garlic. Set aside.
  2. Place a large pan over medium heat and add 1 tablespoon of butter.  When melted, add eggs and use a spatula to scramble them.  When cooked, remove from pan.
  3. In your same large pan, add 1 tablespoon of butter and turn heat to medium high.  Add chopped carrots, onion, garlic and frozen peas. Occasionally stir and let cook for 4 minutes or until they veggies are soft.
  4. Add your final tablespoon of butter to the pan and stir in cooked quinoa, scrambled eggs, and as much soy sauce and oyster as you would like!  (The soy sauce gives salt to the dish and the oyster sauce adds sweetness.) Let cook for 2 minutes.
  5. Chop green onions and add to your pan, give it a final stir and it’s ready to serve!
Prep Time: 5 minutes  CookTime 12 minutes  Serves5

Nutrition Facts: Calories:322 (16%) | Fat:12g (18%) | Carb:40g (13%) | Fiber:5g (20%) | Protein:12g (24%) | Sugar:3g

HEALTHY & FIT 4 LIFE’S
CUSTOMIZED PERSONAL CONSULTATION PACKAGES

  • Customized 3-month packages created after FREE 30 minute discovery consultation session to address your specific health concern for you and/or your child
  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…
Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, September 15

Join us on September 15, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete
and costs $45.
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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10 Immune Boosting Foods Every Kid Needs To Eat

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | July 2017 | 2nd Edition

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“I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you.”
~Joyce Meyer

Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Schedule a COMPLIMENTARY 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

Back To School = Back To Germs:
 10 Immune Boosting Foods
Every Kid Needs To Eat


Once again the kids have returned to school and we are also approaching cold and flu season. We all know that having our kids wash their hands after using the restroom and before eating is one good way to help fight those pesky germs.  Also, sleep is important to keep kids and adults immune systems healthy.

In fact, the National Sleep Foundation provides guidelines for the amount of sleep we should get at different ages. They recommend the following amount of sleep:

  • Children ages 3 -5 need 10 to 13 hours of sleep
  • Children ages 6 -13 need 9 to 11 hours of sleep
  • Teens 14+ need 8 to 10 hours of sleep
  • Adults over 18 need 7 to 9 hours of sleep

Our diet can also help our harm our immune system.  It’s always important to eat a healthy diet of lean protein, fruits and vegetables and healthy fats, but it’s especially important to incorporate immune boosting foods during cold and flu season.  What follows is a list of 10 foods that can help boost your immune system and keep you healthy all year long along with why they help your immune system work well:

  1. Yogurt – You might have heard a great deal about gut health lately as researchers believe that the health of your stomach is very important for your overall health.  Yogurt helps boost your immune system by making your gut happy with protein, vitamins and a healthy dose of lactobacillus, a probiotic that helps fight off the bad bacteria giving your immune system a boost.
  2. Cinnamon – This makes the list because cinnamon has antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties so it not only boosts the immune system but also fights those bugs that cause illness. You can sprinkle cinnamon on yogurt for an extra immune fighting boost. Cinnamon is also good sprinkled on oatmeal, fresh fruit, and baked goods.
  3. Watermelon – This great immune booster is packed with vitamins, minerals and other nutrients and has a large concentration of lycopene which gives the melon its red color. Lycopene offers other health-building benefits, including reducing respiratory inflammation which can help prevent infection. Luckily, you can find this fruit at the grocery store year round.
  4. Red or Pink Grapefruit – All citrus fruits are actually immune boosting, but the top overall winner is grapefruit. Just ½ of a grapefruit contains 100% of your daily allowance of vitamin C. The rosy color of red and pink grapefruit indicates that they are packed with phytonutrients for an added immunity boost.
  5. Carrots – Beta carotene gives carrots their bright color.  Beta carotene boosts our immune system by supporting the body’s mucus membranes lining the respiratory and intestinal tracts, making it harder for bacteria to enter the bloodstream.  Kids love dipping carrots in ranch, just be sure to read the nutrition label on the ranch as most ranch dressings contain preservatives and MSG.  Look for ranch dressing in the refrigerated section of your grocery store for the healthiest options.
  6. Cauliflower – Also broccoli and Brussels sprouts give the immune system a boost because they contain choline.  This nutrient keeps your cells functioning properly and also helps support a healthy gastrointestinal barrier, making the gut happy by keeping bacteria safely confined in the gut. If you do get sick, cauliflower is a beneficial food too because it also contains glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that helps fight off infection. Add these veggies to soups or eat them raw with ranch or yogurt.
  7. Egg Yolks – Not only are egg yolks a good source of protein they also contain zinc and selenium which are important minerals to help boost your immune system. I’m so glad they are no longer getting a bad rap for too much cholesterol!
  8. Mushrooms – These little gems contain a good amount of the immune boosting mineral, zinc. People with low zinc levels tend to have fewer white blood cells to help fight off diseases. Add some to your favorite tomato sauce or throw them into an omelet for twice the immune boosting power with the egg yolk.
  9. Wheat germ – Is packed with fiber, protein and vitamins, including vitamin E.  It also contains a good amount of choline and zine which makes wheat germ excellent at immune boosting. Add wheat germ to baked goods, or sprinkle it over fresh fruit, yogurt or cereal.
  10. Kale – Other greens such as Swiss chard and spinach fall into this immune boosting category too. Leafy greens contain high levels of vitamin C helping to fight off infections and regenerate other antioxidants in the body.  Greens also contain vitamin E and folate which is another great immune booster.  Eat greens raw in a salad or sauté them with some olive oil and garlic for a healthy side dish.

This list in not all inclusive of every good for you immune boosting food, but if you do eat several of these foods you and your family should be healthier this cold and flu season.  I wish all of you a good school year and no missed school or work days due to illness.

Healthy Regards,
Stacy

Join Us for
Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s next
“Help! Mom Needs a Break” MeetUp Group
 

Hooray the Kids Are Back In School!
A Day on Allatoona Lake!

Wednesday, August 30 | 10:00 AM
Tanyard Creek Boat Ramp
4959 Tanyard Creek Road SE, Acworth, GA

Meet us at Tanyard Creek Boat Ramp. Stacy’s husband has been recruited to be our captain for a day of boating on the lake w/no kids! You can water ski, tube or float around in our inflatable kayaks. Bring a side dish and whatever you would like to drink. We will grill some hamburgers or hot dogs for lunch. You will be home in time for your kids to arrive from school.

Click Here to Sign up at MeetUp.com 
Questions? Contact Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Do you have any favorite recipes incorporating one of the immune boosting foods?

Let us know and your recipe just might be featured in a future newsletter.   

Send your comments to Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com
or post on Facebook: 

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Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s Immune Boosting Recipe
5 Minute Broccoli Kale Slaw
It’s easy to keep the ingredients on hand to throw together this 5 Minute Broccoli Kale Slaw any night of the week. A versatile, healthy side dish that adds a burst of color to your plate.
Ingredients
  • 1 (12 ounce) package broccoli slaw
  • 2 cups finely chopped kale
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
  • 1/2 cup slivered almonds
Simple Slaw Vinaigrette Ingredients
  • 1/3 cup white wine vinegar
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
  • 1/2 teaspoon celery seed
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
Instructions
  1. Place all vinaigrette ingredients in a mason jar or other container with a tight-fitting lid and shake well to combine.
  2. Combine the broccoli slaw, kale cranberries, and slivered almonds in a large serving bowl. Toss with vinaigrette and serve.
Prep Time: 5 minutes    Serves6 to 8
Recipe Notes: Look for packaged broccoli slaw in the produce section with the other bagged/packaged items.To make this even faster to prepare I used bagged, pre-washed, chopped kale and chopped it down a bit more before adding to the salad.

Healthy & Fit 4 Life Partnerships
Healthy & Fit 4 Life now has some additional products
under its umbrella to offer our clients

Nspire Network
Dioxin free sanitary napkins and pantiliners. They also contain infrared technology which can help reduce or eliminate cramping and shorten periods.  The negative ions help improve your mood. Contact me for more information or to order.

The Nspire Network also offers ALL NATURAL supplements to boost your memory, boost testosterone for athletes, a natural supplement to keep men’s prostate’s healthy and his and her libido boosters.  The men’s version is comparable to Viagra and Cialis.


Juice Plus
I have also joined Juice Plus since the capsules they offer contain only powdered fruits and vegetables. They help bridge the gap since most of us do not get the recommended 9 servings of fruit and vegetables daily.  Juice Plus also offers chewables for children.

Juice Plus also sells a hydroponic plant tower to grow your own vegetables organically either inside or outside your home. Please contact me if you have any questions about either company or if you would like any additional information.

HEALTHY & FIT 4 LIFE’S
CUSTOMIZED PERSONAL CONSULTATION PACKAGES

  • Customized 3-month packages created after FREE 30 minute discovery consultation session to address your specific health concern for you and/or your child
  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…

Team Beachbody Promotions:
See below details and Link to www.teambeachbody.com/Fehlinger1 to place your orders!

>Check this out…
Two brand new vegan flavors of
ShakeologyCafe Latte and Vanilla
>On Sale in May:
BeachBody on Demand
Clean up your routine with the All-Access Challenge Pack. One bundle, one year: unlimited workouts + nutrient-dense Shakeology + portion control containers = Best. Deal. Ever. And now on sale for just $160USD (regularly $199USD). #SpringIntoHealth.

Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, August 18

Join us on May 19, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

“Reset” Wellness & Leadership Retreat—October 13-15
A weekend filled with fitness, seminars and fun! More details coming soon on location and price.  Mark your calendars as this is an event you will not want to miss!

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete
and costs $45.
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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Take Your Exercise Routine Outside This Summer

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | July 2017 | 2nd Edition

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“Exercise is really important to me – it’s therapeutic. So if I’m ever feeling tense or stressed or like I’m about to have a meltdown, I’ll put on my iPod and head to the gym or out on a bike ride along Lake Michigan with the girls.”  ~Michelle Obama

Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Register for a complimentary 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

Break a Sweat:
Take Your Exercise Routine Outside This Summer


Summer is the perfect time to break up your exercise routine and take it outside. The change in scenery can even affect your mood, since working out in nature tends to release your feel good hormones. Being in nature can also reduce your stress level. The increased time in the sun will help you get your much needed vitamin D. Many of us are deficient in this vitamin.  Consider these outdoor workout options for your next sweat session:

  1. Give the Treadmill a Rest – Take your run or walk outside. You can burn even more calories outside due to the wind resistance.  Walk or run around your neighborhood, or a park.  If you are lucky enough to live by a beach, walk or run on the sand, which again will burn more calories than your treadmill.
  2. Take a Hike – There are several National Parks in this country. Take a day or weekend and plan a hike on one of the trails. You can include the family and it would be a good fitness lesson for any child. Pack plenty of water and some portable snacks such as a healthy trail mix. Bonus calorie burner: Your backpack can help you burn more calories by adding some resistance while walking.
  3. Water, Water, Everywhere – Now that the weather is warm again, it’s the perfect time to swim at your local pool, lake or beach. Swimming is also very easy on your joints as well as a being a good calorie burner. Create a 30-minute workout using different strokes such as freestyle, backstroke, and breaststroke.
  4. Go Play at the Park – Many neighborhood and area parks are incorporating fitness equipment.  One local park near my house gives instructions at every station so you can put together a strength training routine and complete it at the park. Take your kids along so they can join you or let them play on the slides and swings while you workout.
  5. More Water Play Time – Kids don’t need to have all the fun in the water.  Head to your local lake or beach and grab a stand up paddleboard or kayak. You’ll probably have so much fun that you won’t even realize how much exercise you are getting. If you live near a beach you can also take a surfing lesson and learn something new. If you happen to own a boat, have a friend with a boat or rent one for day, you can always water ski or wakeboard to get some exercise and burn some extra calories.

Whatever you choose to do this summer, have fun and remember to stay hydrated and don’t forget your sunscreen!

Healthy Regards,
Stacy

Join Us for
Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s next
“Help! Mom Needs a Break” MeetUp Group
 

Hooray the Kids Are Back In School!
A Day on Allatoona Lake!

Wednesday, August 30 | 10:00 AM
Tanyard Creek Boat Ramp
4959 Tanyard Creek Road SE, Acworth, GA

Meet us at Tanyard Creek Boat Ramp. Stacy’s husband has been recruited to be our captain for a day of boating on the lake w/no kids! You can water ski, tube or float around in our inflatable kayaks. Bring a side dish and whatever you would like to drink. We will grill some hamburgers or hot dogs for lunch. You will be home in time for your kids to arrive from school.

Click Here to Sign up at MeetUp.com 
Questions? Contact Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com


Do you have a favorite outdoor summer workout?

We would love to hear from you!
 

Send your comments to Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com
or post on Facebook: 

Facebook/StacyFehlinger

*July is National Ice Cream Month!*
In honor of this occasion, try
Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s “healthier” Ice Cream Recipe! 

2 Ingredient Paleo Nutella Banana Ice Cream


A super easy vegan and paleo-friendly nutella banana ice cream recipe using just two ingredients!  No cooking or ice cream machine required!
Ingredients
> 2 very ripe bananas
> 1/3 cup Paleo-tella (Paleo Nutella)*
> Cocoa nibs, for garnish (optional)

*(Variations: You can use regular Nutella in this recipe; or instead of Nutella, use 6 Tbsp coconut sugar instead of 2 Tbsp).

Instructions
  1. Make sure your bananas are very ripe. Peel and cut into small slices. Freeze for 1 to 2 hours, until completely frozen through. Transfer to a food processor along with the Paleo-tella.
  2. Blend on high, scraping down the sides occasionally, until it reaches the consistency of smooth soft serve ice cream. Be patient, it will get there! Serve immediately or freeze for future consumption. Garnish with cocoa nibs, if using.
Yield: 2 servings

Healthy & Fit 4 Life Partnerships
Healthy & Fit 4 Life now has some additional products
under its umbrella to offer our clients

Nspire Network
Dioxin free sanitary napkins and pantiliners. They also contain infrared technology which can help reduce or eliminate cramping and shorten periods.  The negative ions help improve your mood. Contact me for more information or to order.

The Nspire Network also offers ALL NATURAL supplements to boost your memory, boost testosterone for athletes, a natural supplement to keep men’s prostate’s healthy and his and her libido boosters.  The men’s version is comparable to Viagra and Cialis.


Juice Plus
I have also joined Juice Plus since the capsules they offer contain only powdered fruits and vegetables. They help bridge the gap since most of us do not get the recommended 9 servings of fruit and vegetables daily.  Juice Plus also offers chewables for children.

Juice Plus also sells a hydroponic plant tower to grow your own vegetables organically either inside or outside your home. Please contact me if you have any questions about either company or if you would like any additional information.

HEALTHY & FIT 4 LIFE’S
CUSTOMIZED PERSONAL CONSULTATION PACKAGES

  • Customized 3-month packages created after FREE 30 minute discovery consultation session to address your specific health concern for you and/or your child
  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…

Team Beachbody Promotions:
See below details and Link to www.teambeachbody.com/Fehlinger1 to place your orders!

>Check this out…
Two brand new vegan flavors of
ShakeologyCafe Latte and Vanilla
>On Sale in May:
BeachBody on Demand
Clean up your routine with the All-Access Challenge Pack. One bundle, one year: unlimited workouts + nutrient-dense Shakeology + portion control containers = Best. Deal. Ever. And now on sale for just $160USD (regularly $199USD). #SpringIntoHealth.

Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, August 18

Join us on May 19, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

“Reset” Wellness & Leadership Retreat—October 13-15
A weekend filled with fitness, seminars and fun! More details coming soon on location and price.  Mark your calendars as this is an event you will not want to miss!

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete
and costs $45.
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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Five Healthier Choices at Your Next Barbecue

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | July 2017 | 1st Edition

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“Barbecue may not be the road to world peace, but it’s a start.” 
~Anthony Bourdain

Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Register for a complimentary 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

Fire Up the Grill!
Five Healthier Choices at Your Next Barbecue


It’s once again that time of year where barbecues are in full swing! Of course, there will be all types of different foods at a barbecue. If you are trying to lose weight or just want to stick to eating healthy, there are certain foods you can eat that won’t wreck your waistline no matter how many barbeques you attend this summer. First some general rules to guarantee success at your next barbecue:

  • Never show up on an empty stomach. You’ll want to fill your plate fast with everything and anything and then fill it again. Try eating a small snack before leaving your house.
  • Drink plenty of water before the barbecue and while you’re there, especially if drinking alcohol.  The high humidity and hot weather can cause you to become dehydrated quite quickly which can also send false hunger messages to your brain.  You might think you’re hungry, but you’re really only thirsty.  Stay hydrated so you can truly notice when you are hungry or full.
  • When you arrive at the barbecue, survey all of the food and beverages and pick only those items that are your favorite must have foods.  Decide to take small portions of your favorites and do not return to fill another plate once you finish your first one.
  • Speaking of plates, make sure you put your food on a plate and do not just graze off the buffet table. You may eat much more than you think with a day of only grazing.

Now, as I’ve promised you here are five healthier food choices you can make at your next barbecue:

  1. Watermelon – What would a summertime barbecue be without watermelon?  Not only will this sweet treat help keep you hydrated since it is comprised of mostly water, it also packs quite a nutrition powerhouse! Watermelon contains a good amount of vitamin C and is a good source of the antioxidant, lycopene, known for its anti-inflammatory effects. One cup of watermelon only contains 46 calories so enjoy this summertime staple food!
  1. Corn on the Cob – This is usually another star player at most barbecues. Corn is a natural source of fiber that helps you feel full and can potentially lower the impact of high glycemic foods on your blood sugar.     A large ear of corn is about 150 calories. Try to keep those calories in line by adding flavor with spices instead of just butter.  Chili powder, cumin, pepper, garlic powder and fresh herbs can really turn up the flavor of the ear of corn.
  1. Shrimp – Did the host ask you to bring what you want to grill to the barbecue?  Shrimp is an excellent choice because not only will it cook really fast it is a very nutritious protein option. Shrimp contains important minerals like selenium and choline, an essential nutrient closely related to the B vitamins. Choline plays a critical role in metabolism and many Americans do not get enough of this important mineral. The FDA recommends 550 mg of choline per day.  Make some shrimp skewers with a simple marinade and you’ll have a metabolism boosting healthy protein that might just make your friends jealous!
  1. Sparkling Waters or Spiked Seltzers – Alcohol can be a real calorie bomb. You can eat healthy all day long, but if you have several alcoholic beverages you’ve probably had enough calories to equal at least another meal. Today, there are tons of flavored sparkling waters on the market just look for those that are naturally flavored for the healthiest option. If you do choose to drink, a shot of liquor added to your sparkling water can usually keep the drink under 100 calories. Spiked seltzer waters also contain about 100 calories and are another good option.
  1. Fruit Crisp – Love your dessert?  Try the fruit crisp on the buffet table instead of the calorie and fat bombs of cookies, brownies or cupcakes. Fruit crisps are lighter because there’s no high-fat crust and just a sprinkling of topping usually made out of oats as the “crisp” part of the dessert. If you’re asked to bring a side dish to the barbecue, this would be a good option. Since you will be making it from scratch, you can tailor the amount of sugar used in the recipe.  You can also swap out some healthy sweetener alternatives such as using Stevia instead of table sugar.

I hope you enjoy your summer and enjoy all those barbecues you’ll attend. As always, just remember to watch your portion sizes as moderation is key. Happy healthy eating & drinking!

Healthy Regards,
Stacy


What is your favorite food to eat or bring to a  barbecue?

Do you have a healthy recipe you would like to share? 

Your recipe could be featured in a future newsletter!

Send your comments to Stacy at: stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com or
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Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s
Healthy Barbecue Recipe
Mango Chili Lime Grilled Tiger Shrimp

Silky mangoes blended with zesty lime and chili powder in a sweet, savory and tangy sauce that serves as both a marinade and a dipping sauce for grilled tiger shrimp.

Ingredients

• 1 lb. raw tail-on black tiger shrimp (size 6-8), thawed or fresh, peeled and deveined
Marinade and dipping sauce:
• 4 cups Nature’s Touch Frozen Organic Mangoes, thawed
• ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
• Juice of 2 limes
• 1 tsp salt
• 2 tsp chili powder
• 1 tsp garlic powder
• 1/4 tsp pepper
For serving:
• Lime wedges (optional)
Instructions
  1. Soak wooden skewers in water for 30 mins (or use metal skewers, if preferred).
  2. Meanwhile combine marinade and dipping sauce ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth.
  3. Divide sauce in half, reserving half for the dipping sauce in a small service bowl.
  4. Marinate the shrimp in the other half of the sauce for 30 minutes.
  5. Preheat grill to medium heat.
  6. Thread shrimp onto wooden skewers and discard marinade (do NOT use marinade from raw shrimp as dipping sauce).
  7. Grill shrimp over medium heat for 3-5 minutes on each side, or until shrimp just turns opaque and is cooked through (grilling time will vary depending on the size of the shrimp).
  8. Remove shrimp from grill.
  9. Serve shrimp with dipping sauce and lime wedges.
Total Time: 45 minutes    |    Yield: Serves 4 as an appetizer or 2 as an entree

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  • Customized 3-month packages created after FREE 30 minute discovery consultation session to address your specific health concern for you and/or your child
  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…

Team Beachbody Promotions:
See below details and Link to www.teambeachbody.com/Fehlinger1 to place your orders!

>Check this out…
Two brand new vegan flavors of
ShakeologyCafe Latte and Vanilla
>On Sale in May:
BeachBody on Demand
Clean up your routine with the All-Access Challenge Pack. One bundle, one year: unlimited workouts + nutrient-dense Shakeology + portion control containers = Best. Deal. Ever. And now on sale for just $160USD (regularly $199USD). #SpringIntoHealth.

Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, July 21

Join us on May 19, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

Help! Mom Needs a Break Meet Up—Wednesday, July 26 | 11:30am
Volcano Steak & Sushi | 1720 Mars Hill Road, Acworth, GA  |
Keeping Kids Active and Out of our Hair! Let’s have lunch and learn about the importance of keeping our kids active for 60 minutes everyday! Register at Meetup.com/HELP-Mom-Needs-a-Break/.

“Reset” Wellness & Leadership Retreat—October 13-15
A weekend filled with fitness, seminars and fun! More details coming soon on location and price.  Mark your calendars as this is an event you will not want to miss!

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete and costs $45
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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Foods That Help You Glow and Fight Aging

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | June 2017 | 2nd Edition

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“Your skin is really a great indicator of what’s going on inside your body” ~Sami Blackford

“I regret taking good care of my skin” ~Said No One EVER

Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Register for a complimentary 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

The Healthy Skin Prescription:
Foods That Help You Glow and Fight Aging


It’s summertime once again and I know I don’t have to tell you to use sunscreen everyday to protect your skin, but what you may not know the foods that can actually help prevent fine lines and keep you looking your best as you age.

Of course, exercise is also an important component to looking younger than your real age.  30 minutes of daily activity is all it takes to keep your youthful appearance.  Anything that makes you sweat and gets your heartrate up will do the trick.

According to dermatologist, Joely Kaufman-Janette assistant professor and director of the Aging and Geriatric Skin Center at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, “Part of choosing a diet for good looking skin is just eating to keep yourself healthy because your health is reflected through your skin. Many of the nutrients and “good” fats we eat as part of a healthy diet enhance the skin’s elasticity and help create the appealing glow of healthy skin. Eat well and avoid foods high in saturated fat and you’ll see how it can result in good skin.”

In addition to eating an overall healthy diet, the following healthy foods can keep you looking your youngest:

  1. Drink Plenty of Water – okay, so water isn’t technically a “food,” but dehydrated skin becomes dry when it loses too much water.  You need to make sure you are drinking water and avoiding sugary sodas which can affect your skin by causing insulin levels to rise and fall dramatically.  Keep an eye on your alcohol consumption too as alcohol will dehydrate you. When you do drink alternate between an alcoholic beverage and then have a glass of water. As a general rule, aim for 8 – 8 oz. glasses of water per day. Eating foods that are high in water content such as watermelon also counts for your daily water intake.
  1. Eat Blueberries – These little summer beauties back a powerful antioxidant punch! They help fight the sigs of again skin since they are rich in vitamin C.  Enjoy them with some low-fat yogurt or on your favorite cereal or salad.
  1. Eat Sweet Potatoes – It’s the beta-carotene that gives sweet potatoes their orange color that contains a healthy dose of vitamin A which has been found to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging. You can enjoy sweet potatoes in a variety of ways to reap their health benefits.
  1. Eat Broccoli – You may have a love/hate relationship with broccoli or only like it covered in cheese, but broccoli and other green vegetables are great for the skin.  The darker the veggie the more likely they are to contain higher concentrations of vitamins A and C both of which help fight fine lines and wrinkles.
  1. Eat Avocados – Avocados enhance your complexion since they contain not only healthy monounsaturated fat but also vitamins A, C and fiber.  This makes avocadoes the almost perfect healthy food that helps fight aging skin. Enjoy your guacamole or your avocado diced in a salad or mash some avocado and use it as a sandwich spread instead of mayo.
  1. Get Plenty of Vitamin D – It’s easier to get more vitamin D during the summer months with more outdoor activities, but this is a vitamin that we need plenty of throughout the year. Vitamin D slows skin aging and is important for healthy skin, especially as we age according to Dr. Kaufman-Janette.  Drink vitamin D enriched beverages, eat foods fortified with vitamin D or take a supplement to help slow the aging process in your skin.   Vitamin D also helps with the absorption of calcium to keep our bones strong as we age.
  1. Eat Low-Fat Yogurt – You are probably already aware of the healthy probiotics or the “healthy” bacteria beneficial for digestive health that yogurt contains, but you may not be aware that yogurt may help ease digestive troubles that can help related skin conditions such as rosacea or skin inflammation, according to Dr. Kaufman-Janette.  She recommends anyone suffering from these skin conditions to include yogurt in their healthy diet plan.
  1. Go Fish – Fish such as salmon that are high in omega-3 fatty acids are a great source of oil for the skin without clogging the pores, says Dr. Kaufman-Janette. If you try to cut out all fats from your diet, your skin may suffer and appear as dull, dry skin.  Omega-3 fatty acids are considered healthy fats and if you do not get enough through your diet, then you should add an omega-3 daily supplement.
  1. Have a Cup of Green Tea – To replace one of your 8 oz. servings of water a day, it is fine to have a cup of green tea which contains two healthy skin benefits. It contains antioxidants which may fight the effect of aging and drinking it is a good way to stay hydrated.
  1. Eat Whole Wheat or Whole Grain – Dr. Kaufman-Janette says, “White breads and white pastas create a spike in insulin, which isn’t good for your skin. Whole grains are packed with fiber, which promotes healthy digestion and digestive problems are often reflected in unhealthy skin.” Choose whole wheat or whole grain products for not only a healthier body, but skin too.

If you are not a fan of one of these healthy foods, my suggestion is to add it to a smoothie where other fruits and vegetables can mask it’s taste.  That way you are enjoying the benefits of the food in disguise. This is also a great way to reshape your taste. After adding it to several smoothies, the next time you taste the food you might surprise yourself and actually like it.

Enjoy your summer, use lots of sunscreen, wear a hat, sunglasses and protective clothing and eat your way to better skin health and overall health!

Healthy Regards,
Stacy

Source: The Healthy Diet-Healthy Skin Link by Madeline R. Vann, MPH, Everyday Health

My Review of Chalene Johnson’s Chalene Extreme Workout

You probably already know that I’m a fan of the Beachbody workouts.  I recently completed the 4-month Chalene Extreme workout and here is what I liked about the workouts and what I would have improved in the program.

What I liked:
I am trying to increase my upper body strength and this program contained several strength training workouts every week. I liked that she focused on using heavier weights with less repetition.  The movements were also slow to maximize the use of your muscles and not momentum. I also liked that she focused on certain muscles on certain days.  For example, one day was biceps and triceps, another day shoulders and back, etc.  Everyday included lower body exercises such as lunges and squats with the upper body workouts to get your heartrate pumping!
By the 2nd month, the amount of weight increased and there are even less repetitions. I also enjoyed the cardio days. One of the cardio days included lightweights and several repetitions to increase muscle endurance.
This workout was only 5 days a week and I am used to working out 6 days a week. On one of the rest days, I added a day of yoga or Pilates to help stretch my sore muscles from all the strength training.  I would recommend that you take some extra time to stretch your muscles which will also help to increase your flexibility.

What I would improve:
The main thing I would improve would be the cooldown.  Even though you are doing a lot of upper body strength training there really isn’t any stretching in the cooldown for the upper body, only the lower body.  I added a few minutes of upper body stretches after each workout which helped with soreness. Also, during the 4th month, she repeated one workout from each of the previous month’s workouts, but the workout always focused on the shoulders and I would have liked for one of the days to have focused on the biceps and triceps.

Overall recommendation:
If you are looking to improve your strength or lose weight, then I would recommend this workout program for you. What I love about strength training is that the more muscle you have the higher your metabolism so you burn more fat even when you are at rest! If you have any specific questions about the workout, I would be happy to answer them for you.

Healthy Regards,
Stacy

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traditions?

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Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s
Anti-aging healthy summer recipe

Edamame & Chicken Greek Salad

The dark leafy romaine in this summer salad helps fight fine lines.
Ingredients
1 8-ounce boneless skinless chicken breast, trimmed
¼ cup red-wine vinegar
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon ground pepper
8 ounces frozen shelled edamame (about 1½ cups), thawed
8 cups chopped romaine (about 2 romaine hearts)
1 cup halved cherry or grape tomatoes
½ European cucumber, sliced
½ cup crumbled feta cheese
¼ cup slivered fresh basil
¼ cup sliced Kalamata olives
¼ cup slivered red onion
Preparation
  1. Place chicken in a medium saucepan and add water to cover by 2 inches. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer and cook until an instant-read thermometer inserted into the chicken registers 165°F, 12 to 15 minutes. Transfer the chicken to a clean cutting board and let cool for 5 minutes; shred or chop into bite-size pieces.
  2. Meanwhile, whisk vinegar, oil, salt and pepper in a large bowl. Add edamame, romaine, tomatoes, cucumber, feta, basil, olives, onion and the chicken; toss to coat.
  • Make Ahead Tip: Refrigerate cooked chicken (Step 1) for up to 3 days.
Nutrition Information
  • Serving size: 2¾ cups
  • Per serving: 336 calories; 22 g fat(5 g sat); 6 g fiber; 14 g carbohydrates; 22 g protein; 323 mcg folate; 48 mg cholesterol; 5 g sugars; 0 g added sugars; 8,994 IU vitamin A; 15 mg vitamin C; 186 mg calcium; 3 mg iron; 513 mg sodium; 755 mg potassium
  • Nutrition Bonus: Vitamin A (180% daily value), Folate (81% dv), Vitamin C (25% dv)

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…

Team Beachbody Promotions:
See below details and Link to www.teambeachbody.com/Fehlinger1 to place your orders!

>Check this out…
Two brand new vegan flavors of
ShakeologyCafe Latte and Vanilla
>On Sale in May:
BeachBody on Demand
Clean up your routine with the All-Access Challenge Pack. One bundle, one year: unlimited workouts + nutrient-dense Shakeology + portion control containers = Best. Deal. Ever. And now on sale for just $160USD (regularly $199USD). #SpringIntoHealth.

Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

Tony Robbins Live!—Thursday, June 29
Tony Robbins and Gary Vaynerchuk Live! Atlanta tInfinite Energy Center|
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA 30097. Register at www.eventbrite.com/e/tony-robbins-and-gary-vaynerchuk-live-atlanta-tickets-33466050859.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, July 21

Join us on May 19, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

Help! Mom Needs a Break Meet Up—Wednesday, July 26 | 11:30am
Volcano Steak & Sushi | 1720 Mars Hill Road, Acworth, GA  |
Keeping Kids Active and Out of our Hair! Let’s have lunch and learn about the importance of keeping our kids active for 60 minutes everyday! Register at Meetup.com/HELP-Mom-Needs-a-Break/.

“Reset” Wellness & Leadership Retreat—October 13-15
A weekend filled with fitness, seminars and fun! More details coming soon on location and price.  Mark your calendars as this is an event you will not want to miss!

HEALTHY & FIT 4 LIFE’S
CUSTOMIZED PERSONAL CONSULTATION PACKAGES

  • Customized 3-month packages created after FREE 30 minute discovery consultation session to address your specific health concern for you and/or your child
  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete and costs $45
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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12 Fun & Healthy Ideas to Beat The Boredom!

 

 

Healthy & Fit 4 Life eNewsletter | June 2017 |1st Edition

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“What is it about summer that makes children grow? We feed and water them more. They do get more sun, but that probably doesn’t matter as much as the book they read or the rule they broke that taught them something they couldn’t have learned any other way. ” ~Nancy Gibbs

Stacy D. Fehlinger
Certified Health Coach
Owner of Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC

(678) 719-2283
stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Register for a complimentary 30 minute consultation with Stacy at Fit4Life Consultation.

Are Your Kids Already Bored This Summer?

12 Fun & Healthy Ideas


to Beat The Boredom!

We are only in the second week of summer vacation and I bet your kids are like mine and suffering from a bit of boredom.  My kids would never admit it, but they do like the structure the school schedule provides.  It’s hard for parents to juggle work and keep the kids entertained during the summer. Get the kids away from the TV and video games with these 12 fun & healthy summer activities:

  1. Participate in the Great American Campout on Saturday, June 24th – Grab a tent and head to your backyard for a family campout.
  2. Have a picnic lunch or dinner – Go to a local park with your basket and blanket or set up a picnic in your backyard. Your kids will love the change!  Pack a healthy picnic with turkey and cheese pita pockets, veggies with a yogurt ranch dip or hummus and fruit salad. Google a healthy dessert recipe and make it together for the picnic outing.
  3. Take a summer beach break – Take the kids to a nearby beach, play in the surf and build sandcastles or search for shells. Nothing beats the beach for a day of family fun.  You will also receive plenty of Vitamin D soaking up the rays, with sunscreen, of course!  
  4. Go to a local farmer’s market – Take your kids with you to the farmer’s market and let them choose a fruit or vegetable they have never tried.
  5. Make a healthy meal together – Get your kids involved in the kitchen and prepare the fruit or vegetable they found at the farmer’s market in a healthy recipe or find a healthy recipe that everyone will like and have the kids help you prepare it.
  6. Go to a local museum – Spend the day at museum that you have never visited. The kids might even learn something new during their summer break.
  7. Go bowling or skating on a rainy day – Kids going crazy in the house on a rainy day? Bowling or skating will be fun and let them burn their energy. Parents will get some great exercise too!  
  8. Host a dance party – This is another great rainy day activity.  If you have older kids, they probably already have a playlist ready to go. Ask them to show you their latest moves. I also like the Just Dance video games.  You can challenge your kids to a friendly dance competition.
  9. Sign up for a family 5K – Teach your kids the importance of exercise by having them join you in a local family 5K.  Research your favorite local family 5K and join in the fun!
  10. Host a lemonade stand – My kids love hosting lemonade stands to earn some extra spending money. This is a great way to teach them about entrepreneurship.
  11. Play miniature golf – Go to a local miniature golf course or include this activity on your family trip. It’s a fun, healthy competitive family game.
  12. Go boating – This is my personal favorite and something our family does as much as possible during the summer months.  If you don’t own a boat, rent a boat for the day.  The family can tube, swim, ski, etc.  We bought some inflatable kayaks from Amazon and the kids LOVE kayaking around the cove. It’s a great way to spend quality relaxing time with the family.

Wherever your family’s adventures take you this summer have a great time making memories with your loved ones. The kid’s summer break will be over before you know it and everyone will back to the school routine.

Healthy Regards,
Stacy


What information would you like to see regarding health, wellness and fitness? We would love to hear you!

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Healthy & Fit 4 Life’s
Summer Recipe of the Month


Ole! Mexican-Style Chicken Sliders
Get Your Burger On!
Ingredients
1 pound ground chicken
1 cup chopped onion, plus more for serving
2 tablespoons finely chopped jalapeño chiles
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 tablespoon grill seasoning
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO)
1 cup Monterey Jack cheese
whole wheat hamburger buns
1 cup taco sauce or salsa
Directions
  1. In a medium bowl, combine the chicken, 1 cup onion, jalapenos, chili powder, grill seasoning and garlic. Form into patties.
  2. Heat the EVOO, 1 turn of the pan, in a skillet over medium heat.
  3. Add the patties and cook for 4 minutes on each side.
  4. When they’re almost done, top each patty with cheese and cook until melted.
  5. Layer the bun bottoms with lettuce, a chicken patty, taco sauce or salsa, extra onion and a bun top.

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CUSTOMIZED PERSONAL CONSULTATION PACKAGES

  • Customized 3-month packages created after FREE 30 minute discovery consultation session to address your specific health concern for you and/or your child
  • Discovery session conducted in person or via phone/video conference
  • Session resources and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) included
  • One scheduled one-hour meeting or conference/video call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout program
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all clients

Sign up today for your FREE 30-minute consultation to take control of your health and wellness!



Contact: Stacy D. Fehlinger | Certified Health Coach
Healthy & Fit 4 Life, LLC
(678) 719-2283 | Email:
Stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com

Does your pantry contain food that could be hurting you or your family’s health?

Schedule your HEALTHY PANTRY MAKEOVER today to find out!

Here are the details of a pantry makeover:
  • Nothing you currently have in your pantry is thrown out!
  • Receive handouts on topics such as healthy substitutions
  • Introduction to traffic light eating
  • Learn how to read a food nutrition label
A pantry makeover takes approximately an hour to complete and costs $45
Contact Stacy D. Fehlinger at (678) 719-2283 or Stacy@LongevityCoachStacy.com

Events & Workshops Around Town
that may be of interest to you…

Team Beachbody Promotions:
See below details and Link to www.teambeachbody.com/Fehlinger1 to place your orders!

>Check this out…
Two brand new vegan flavors of
ShakeologyCafe Latte and Vanilla
>On Sale in May:
BeachBody on Demand
Clean up your routine with the All-Access Challenge Pack. One bundle, one year: unlimited workouts + nutrient-dense Shakeology + portion control containers = Best. Deal. Ever. And now on sale for just $160USD (regularly $199USD). #SpringIntoHealth.

Local Farmer’s Markets
>Lost Mountain Park Farmers Market: Every Tuesday: 3pm-7pm: 4723 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
>
Marietta Square Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. Located in North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square
>Kennesaw Farmers MarketEvery Monday afternoon from May through September: Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144
>
Acworth Farmers Market: Every Friday morning, April 7th to end of October, 8am to noon.

Intro to DoTERRA Essential Oils—Every Wednesday

Free Online Class Led by Terrie McDonald, Contact Terrie at tm@lovetheoils.com | http://MYDOTERRA.COM/LTO | 678-296-3331 Register at http://lto.eventbrite.com.

The Ultimate Women’s Expo—Saturday-Sunday, June 3-4
The Atlanta Ultimate Women’s Expo will be taking place in the Spring on June 3-4, 2017 (also n the Fall on November 4-5, 2017) at the Georgia World Congress Center.  For more info and to register, link to www.atlantawomensexpo.com.

Say YES! to Six Figures—Thursday, June 22
Join Business Strategist / Mentor / Trainer Donna Lang and 100+ Business Owners on June 22nd, 9am to 5pm, for a business training event in beautiful North Atlanta that will “Put Your Business On a “Profit Fast Track!”. Lunch, Snacks, Workbook Included. Register at http://www.smarttoolscoaching.com/say-yes-to-6-figures.html

Help! Mom Needs a Break Meet Up—Wednesday, June 28
Join us for a fun fitness break! Workout Anytime Hiram | 92 Highland Pavilion Court, Hiram, GA. Let’s relieve some stress and have fun at Zumba!  Zumba class is only $10 and begins at 7:00 p.m.  After Zumba, let’s meet for dinner at Huey Luey’s in Hiram.  We’re looking forward to a fun evening!  Register at Meetup.com/HELP-Mom-Needs-a-Break/.

Tony Robbins Live!—Thursday, June 29
Tony Robbins and Gary Vaynerchuk Live! Atlanta tInfinite Energy Center |
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA 30097. Register at www.eventbrite.com/e/tony-robbins-and-gary-vaynerchuk-live-atlanta-tickets-33466050859.

Hiram Xperience Connections Meeting—Fri, July 21

Join us on May 19, 11:30am to 1:30pm, at The Olive Tree Restaurant in downtown Hiram, GA for a unique women-only networking event in a safe, supportive environment with great food and great conversation!  Register at http://xperienceconnections.com/spotlight/hiram/.

**Note that there will not be a Hiram Xperience Connections
Meeting in June**

“Reset” Wellness & Leadership Retreat—October 13-15
A weekend filled with fitness, seminars and fun! More details coming soon on location and price.  Mark your calendars as this is an event you will not want to miss!

L.E.A.N. is LIFESTYLE, EXERCISE, ATTITUDE & NUTRITION
Developed by America’s Pediatrician, Dr. William Sears

L.E.A.N. Start Parent Workshop: Cost: $99.00 Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!

  • 6 hours of instruction in a self paced environment over 3-week period
  • Learn the L.E.A.N. program basics with topics including traffic light eating, the skinny on fat, powering up with protein and play, and more!
  • All materials and homework (don’t worry it’s not graded) provided online
  • Includes activities & healthy recipes
  • One scheduled conference call per week
  • Goal setting & accountabilty throughout workshop
  • Continued accountablility in online Facebook support group for all partcipants

Online Workshops begin every 3 weeks.  Contact Stacy for the next start date.

Workshops Led by Stacy Fehlinger
Now offering:
>>>Workshops as PARTIES and attendance is FREE for the host who brings 2 guests to their workshop!
>>>Online workshops of L.E.A.N. Start and Prime-Time Health.  These workshops are self-paced learning and consist of 6 hours of instruction with a weekly telephone conference call.
~Contact Stacy at stacy@longevitycoachstacy.com for further information~


Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s attitude, boost their energy and improve their health? Sign up for this amazing parent workshop and learn proven ways to boost your child’s mood, attitude, behavior, study habits, energy and health!



Could your child’s behavior be related to what they are eating? Come to my L.E.A.N. Start Workshop to learn how certain foods can affect behavior and more.



Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? If so, join my L.E.A.N. Expectations Workshop to learn the links between  nutrition and a healthy pregnancy.



Prime-Time Health is for you if you want to take charge of your health, prevent disease, avoid disability and spend money on something other than doctors!

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