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Happy Valentines Day!!

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Is it just a coincidence that Valentine’s Day and National Heart Month are at the same time?  A healthy heart is easier to achieve than you might think – eat lots of fruits and veggies, use yummy and heart healthy oils like olive and canola oil, cold water fish and lean meats and poultry.

And  move!! So – this Valentines Day, take your best heart buddy for a walk around the block (Yep – that is you!).

 

Indulge it you like!  A dessert today won’t hurt!  How about a chocolate covered strawberry?

 

Check out this link for some great ideas for heart healthy foods – for kids and adults!

 

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Super Bowl Eats!

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English: The logo of the Dallas Cowboys.

In Dallas we may not be watching the Cowboys but we will be watching the big game this weekend!  Even if you are actually watching for the commercials!

Here are some helpful game rules:

1) Don’t go to the game watching party hungry!!  Eat a healthy lunch or snack before you go!

2) Take a smaller plate and fill it – don’t stand by the plate of wings or bowl of chips and eat  - you will never know how many you had!

3) Yes – those veggies can be delicious – have some.

4) Even light beer has calories so monitor your intake!

Here is a link to some recipes and information  that is PNT approved as well – Click  football

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Should You Eat Before a Workout?

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Adapted from Fitness Magazine Online

Old school: Exercising on an empty stomach will burn more fat.

New rule: Have a 150-calorie jump-start meal an hour or two before your workout.

Ever force yourself through a workout, even though you were starving, simply because you thought you would tap into those fat stores faster? Next time, eat up. The latest research in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism found that exercisers who ate breakfast before treadmilling for 36 minutes had a significantly higher fat-burning rate for as long as 24 hours compared with those who ate post-workout, even though both groups consumed the same number of calories during the day. Plus, a recent report in theStrength and Conditioning Journal concluded that when you start off with a grumbly tummy, there’s no fat-burn advantage: You won’t be able to go as intensely or burn as many calories, and you’ll also lose more muscle. Pre-workout, nosh on these easy eats from Nancy Clark, RD, the author of Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook: a banana and a half cup of plain low-fat yogurt, or a whole wheat English muffin with a half tablespoon of peanut butter.

Want to meet with a Sports Nutrition Dietitian? – Call PNT – 972-238-1811 and make an appointment today!!

 

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Recipes for People with Short Bowel Syndrome!!

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It’s finally here  - recipes for people with Short Bowel Syndrome!

This book is unique and one of a kind! It starts with key information about nutrition specific for SBS compiled by Dr. Carol Ireton-Jones, a Registered Dietitian.  Taking into account the types of foods that can be best tolerated by someone with SBS, the recipes are presented in an easy to follow format by Chef Luther.  Also – every recipe has a photo!  

Its only $29.99* + $6.00 for shipping and handling!  Bon appetit!

To order go to www.foodtherapyrd.com/order-products 
{For large orders of 10 or more call 972-238-1811}

* a portion of the proceedings of the sale of these books goes to the Oley Foundation which enriches  the lives of those requiring home IV & tube feeding through education, outreach, & networking

 

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