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Issue #011-- Recovering from the Sugar Blues!
April 20, 2004

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April 20, 2004 Issue #011

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1) Recovering from the Sugar Blues!
2) Healthy Recipe of the Month
3) Your Healthy Eating Support Group Tip
4) Healthy Products and Services



Recovering from the Sugar Blues!

Oops! I'm a couple weeks late. I should have had some tips for avoiding the sugar blues before Easter. Oh well, here are some tips for recovering from that overdose of nutrient depleting empty calories. These tips work for any time you happen to overdose on that sugary stuff, so even though I'm a little late, save this information for the next time you forget your will power or just decide to indulge.

5 Tips for Recovering from a Sugar Overdose:

  • If you have any Easter candy left or other sweet goodies you just happen to have around, here are a few things you can do with it:

    • throw it away
    • give it away
    • eat 1 piece a day if you absolutely can't part with it

  • Drink lots of water - at least half your body weight in ounces. So, if you weigh 128 lbs., you should drink at least 64 ounces of water, or 1/2 gallon of water a day.

  • Get back to eating lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and good quality protein. Eat lots of salad with extra virgin olive oil, raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar and your favorite herbs for salad dressing. Eat organic chicken or fish, baked in the oven at 350 degrees F. Lightly steam your veggies.

  • Stay away from refined and processed foods. Avoid the cookies, crackers, cakes, breads, except whole grain breads and whole grain products. Make sure they're whole grain. If an ingredient says wheat or enriched instead of whole wheat, it's not whole grain. And really, grains are not necessary. You can have a healthy diet without any grains at all. But make sure you're heavy on the vegetables and not on the meat if you do decide not to eat grains.

  • Get some exercise every day - at least 30 minutes a day. Walk briskly, ride a bike, play tennis, swim. Breathe in some good fresh air.


Send me
your comments or questions about this discussion. I cannot answer each question individually, but I will attempt to address questions in the next newsletter.



Healthy Recipe of the Month

Fruity Frozen Yogurt

1 cup frozen fruit
2-6 Tbsp plain goats milk yogurt
stevia liquid to taste (optional)

Choose 1 or any combination of frozen fruit. My favorite is to mix blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and mango. Mash with a fork, or blend the frozen fruit as it begins to thaw.

Add the yogurt 1 Tbsp at a time until it has the flavor and texture you desire. This will give you a tarty flavor.

If you prefer a sweeter taste, add the stevia 1 drop at a time until you get the sweetness you desire. Be careful not to add too much stevia. It will give it a bitter taste.

Although I'm not a fan of dairy products, as an occasional treat, this is a far healthier frozen yogurt than what you buy in the grocery store or at the corner yogurt shop.



Your Healthy Eating Support Group Tip

Eat your juice and drink your food.

Digestion starts in your mouth. Digestive enzymes are released as you chew. The longer you chew your food, the better digested it will be and the more nutrition you will get from it.

So, swish your juice around in your mouth long enough to get the saliva juices flowing. And chew your food 40 times or as long as necessary to make it a liquid before you swallow.



Healthy Products and Services

I have a few damaged books I would like to sell at bargain prices. To get these deals, you will have to call me and do a check over the phone or fax me a check. It will be first come first served. When they're gone, they're gone.

6 FOOD ADDITIVES - the books are wrinkled. There are no torn pages. The books are fully in tact. All the pages and information are there. They are completely usable. These books retail for $4.95 each. I am selling the damaged books for $1.00 each + $1.50 for S&H - a savings of $3.95 per book.

2 HEALTHY EATING - there is minor damage to the bindings only. These books retail for $7.95 each. I am selling the damaged books for $4.95 each + $2.50 for S&H - a savings of $3.00 per book.

1 DYING TO LOOK GOOD - there is minor damage to the binding and lower corner. This book retails for $10.95. I am selling it for $6.95 + $2.50 for S&H - a savings of $4.00.

For more details on the contents of these books, go to the Healthy Eating Bookstore. Then call me at 760-735-8101 to get your copy. Don't wait too long. They won't last and when they're gone, they're gone.

If the above link doesn't work, copy "http://www.healthyeatingadvisor.com/bookstore.html" into the address line on your browser.

If you want the "perfect" copies of these books, you can get them online:

FOOD ADDITIVES: A Shopper's Guide To What's Safe & What's Not lists over 1300 food additives classified according to safety, whether they may cause allergic reactions and if they are GRAS Generally Recognized As Safe) by the FDA. It's a handy pocket-sized book that you can carry with you when you shop to help you read food labels and make sure the food you're buying has only healthy ingredients. It will help you choose healthy foods when you shop and keep harmful chemicals out of the food you feed your family.

If the above link doesn't work, copy http://www.healthyeatingadvisor.com/foodadditives.html into the address line on your browser.

HEALTHY EATING: For Extremely Busy People Who Don't Have Time For It tells you what's healthy and what's not in a clear, concise and easy-to-use format. It gives you a system so easy to use that you can't help but succeed at eating healthfully. In less than 15 minutes, you will know how to choose healthy food and be on the right track to eating healthfully.

If the above link doesn't work, copy "http://www.healthyeatingadvisor.com/healthyeating.html" into the address line on your browser.

Threelac Candida Defense has been clinically proven to reduce candidiasis without following a strict diet.

If the above link doesn't work, copy "http://www.nomorecandida.com" into the address line on your browser.

Healthy Eating Coaching
If you would like personal, one-on-one help to get yourself eating healthfully, I offer healthy eating coaching/nutritional consulting services by telephone. The first session is free. You just have to pay for the call.

To schedule your no charge evaluation, send me an e-mail with NO CHARGE EVALUATION in the subject line. Tell me what your concerns are, what times you are available, and what time zone you're in. I will send you an e-mail with your appointment date and time, and the phone number for you to call.




Written by Christine H. Farlow, D.C.
Your Personal Online Healthy Eating Coach
(c) copyright 2004 HealthyEatingAdvisor.com
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