everybody! I know it's been a
while. Yes, we
had two more dance competitions. Yes, there was Easter in
It was over 80
degrees today, the trees are budding, and the
greener! I love it.
Let me jump right
into this issue's topic...
My March 24
newspaper carried an AP article that headlined:
"Older Women Need
One-Hour Workouts To Fend Off Flab"
Of course it
caught my eye.
The article went
on to say that at least an hour of moderate
day--EVERY DAY--is necessary for older women
at a healthy we
ight who aren't "die-it" -ing to maintain their
For those already
overwe ight and looking to slim down, even
more exercise was
called for if the subjects weren't
In other words,
if older women simply changed what they ate,
have to work out an hour a day to reach or stay
at a healthy we
thought "Real People Don't Die t" might be
a better solution
for women who aren't interested in
treadmill an hour or more a day!
suggests cutting back on calories, but I think that's
do. Here in New York State, restaurants are now
required to list
total calories next to each menu item. But in
most cases, when
you eat, do you really know how many
calories you're taking in?
You can read the
entire article here
necessary to be healthy, but honestly, I find
it easier to
manage my eating habits than it is to meet
exercise goals. I can get moderate activity
by taking care of
the house, shopping, and keeping up
with my kids!
I was having
coffee with a friend of mine last week, and she
told me that
she's lost 7 pounds by just eliminating cream
from her coffee
and her nightly glass of wine.
She's switched to
flavored coffee, and drinks it black.
I thought maybe
some of you out there might be able to take
her idea and
duplicate her success! :-)
I now have Keurig
machine, and prefer Green Mountain's
Southern Pecan, Golden French Toast (seasonal), Pumpkin
seasonal), and Hazelnut Decaf.
flavored creamers. They have tons of sugar!
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