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Relax with a nice hot cup of "Holiday Wassail" cider. Enjoy this recipe today! Ingredients:
8 servings6 cups of apple juice or unsweetened cider1 can of unsweetened pineapple juice (18 oz)2-3 cinnamon sticks¼ tsp nutmeg¼ cup honey3 tbsp lemon juice1 tsp grated lemon peel Preparation:Combine ingredients in a large pot or slow cooker over low heat. Bring to simmer. If using slow cooker, simmer all day. Serve hot with orange slices and a cinnamon stick as a cup stirrer. Nutrition Data: Serves 8Total Calories 121.3Total Fat .2gSaturated Fat 0gSodium 8.9 mgTotal Carbohydrate 30.7gFiber .2gProtein .2g
Before the holidays, you already had work projects, responsibilities, and deadlines to meet. Now you're adding holiday shopping and all the planning and scheduling of holiday activities and family gatherings to that list. The holidays can add joy as well as a lot of stress to your already packed schedule and to-do list. Managing your time effectively will enable you to enjoy the holidays and successfully complete your work projects and meet the end-of -the-year deadlines.
Warm your belly with this tasty and haelthy "Butternut Squash Soup" recipe!
Happy holidays and happy eating!
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Your metabolism involves a complex network of hormones and enzymes that not only convert food into fuel but also affect how efficiently you burn that fuel. Gender and genetics play a role in metabolism, and not everyone burns calories at the same rate. But, there are a few things you can do today to give your metabolism a little boost. Keep moving! The more lean muscle you have, the more calories you will burn throughout the day. Keeping up with an exercise schedule will help you burn more calories while you are sitting at work. Remember, every little bit counts! You can break up your exercise throughout the day if you are pressed for time. Eat! Simply chewing, digesting, and absorbing food will help keep your metabolism moving. Consistently skipping meals slows your metabolism down, as your body slows to conserve energy. Pack some fruit or baby carrots or raw nuts into your bag to grab as a snack when you're too busy to grab a meal. Eat smart! Eat more foods that slowly release the sugar you need for sustained energy, like high-fiber fruits and veggies and whole-grain breads and pastas. Get to bed! Recent research found that those who slept seven to eight hours a night had a lower risk for major weight gain than those who got six hours a night or less. The take home message, make sleep and rest a priority in your life today. Resources and information: http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/weightloss/2010-07-27-fitness-metabolism_N.htm http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/guide/make-most-your-metabolism
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