For most of us, food is at least half of the battle. By making the right choices you will be able to enhance and accelerate your weight loss, as well as improve your health.
This week I show you a rich, delicious dessert that will seem indulgent, but keep you on the straight and narrow. Just don't eat the whole pie and you will fine. In other words, think portion control!
Bon Appetite...... Dr Dean
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The New York City Greenmarket Web site has a handy table that shows what’s available during each month of the year. It tells me, for example, that fresh beets are available from June through November, but that you can count on the greens only through September. Use whatever color beet you choose for this recipes. The red ones will be higher in anthocyanins, the pigment-based phytonutrients that are believed to have strong antioxidant properties. But yellow and pink beets have a lot going for them nutritionally as well. All beets are rich in folates, potassium and the B-complex vitamins niacin, pantothenic acid and pyridoxine. This is one of the most versatile dishes you can make with beet greens. Cut the frittata into wedges and serve as a main dish or into smaller diamonds and serve as an hors d’oeuvre. It packs well in a lunchbox, too.
This is an outline of a successful plan for nutrition. You will feel satisfied. Get the proper balance of carbs, protein and vegetables, and fuel your body for weight loss! This type of plan, combined with the correct type and amount of exercise will lead to success. Just remember that "Rome wasn't built in a day", and that it didn't take 4 weeks to gain the weight, so don't expect it to come off in a week. It's about consistency and persistency. If you need help, drop me an email....Dr Dean
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