Easy New Year Resolutions For Health

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 Eat More Omega-3s

Getting more foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids might just help you keep your blood pressure down. In the multinational INTERMAP study, researchers found that among 4,680 healthy adults, those who consumed the highest amounts of omega-3 fatty acids in their diets had the lowest rates of hypertension. Research also suggests that omega-3s can help improve your mood, which we all need a little help within the short, dark days of winter. Aim to get two servings of fish a week, particularly fatty fish, such as salmon, sardines and some types of tuna, which are rich in omega-3s. Not a fish lover? Opt for walnuts and flax, which are good nonfish sources of omega-3s.

Solution: Seek out seafood


 Vegetables

The majority of Americans don’t eat the daily recommended 3 or more servings of vegetables, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you’re of the mindset that “vegetables don’t taste good,” but know you should eat more of them since they’re teeming with healthy nutrients and fiber, get out your roasting pan. Roasting vegetable caramelizes their natural sugars so they taste fantastic. It’s an easy way to cook veggies for dinner—pop a pan of them in the oven and make the rest of dinner while they roast.

Solution: Get out the roasting pan


Up Your Fiber Intake

Getting enough fiber may help prevent cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and a number of cancers. And eating more fiber may help you slim down. But the average American eats about 14 grams a day—the recommended daily intake is 21 to 38 grams. One of the easiest ways to up your fiber intake is to eat more whole grains. Quinoa, whole-wheat couscous, bulgur, and polenta are all quick-cooking options to add to your weeknight repertoire.

Solution: Experiment with whole grains


Eat Less Meat

A popular reason to cut back on meat is for environmental reasons, but you’ll be helping your heart too. When you replace meat with soy, you’ll naturally eat less saturated fat—and research shows that saturated fat increases LDL. While tofu might not have a real “flavor,” that’s what makes it so versatile—it soaks up the flavors of a stir-fry sauce or marinade like a sponge, making it taste terrific!

Solution: Learn to like tofu more


 Rein in Your Sugar Addiction

Americans eat too much sugar. We consume 355 calories—or 22 teaspoons—of added sugars a day. The American Heart Association advises that we eat much, much less than that. Luckily, you can still make treats that satisfy your sweet tooth and cut back on your sugar intake at the same time.

Solution: Make low-sugar treats to satisfy your sweet tooth


 Final Thoughts

I hope you enjoyed today’s post? If you have any questions about today’s post, any past post or questions, in general, please feel free in reaching out. You can ALWAYS find my email in the “Thank You” section and you can also ALWAYS find all of my social media links in the “Where You Can Follow Me” section.

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Why We Gain Winter Weight

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Seasonal weight gain varies from person to person, but certain phenomena during the holiday season tend to tip the scales in a less desirable direction for most. Surveys show people tend to gain five to seven pounds on average during the winter months.

Don’t let worrying about winter weight dampen your holiday fun, though. By being aware of the factors that may put you at risk, you can improve your chances of coming out of the holidays with less guilt and frustration than usual. Here’s why we usually gain more weight in the winter—and what you can do about it.

Too Much Sleep

sleeping couple

When the sun is shining and the air is warm in the summer, it’s much easier to hop out of bed and be productive. However, when the cold takes over and the sun starts setting at 4 p.m., all you want to do sometimes is stay in bed. Consider buying proper clothing for the winter that’s comfortable to wear outside so you can get up with the sun and get moving.


Colder Weather

running outside winter

Baby, it’s cold outside! And if you’re like many of us, you’d rather stay in and curl up by the fire. The cooler weather deters a lot of people from continuing with their active routines. I find that people struggle mostly because they’re not outside as much and access to the outdoors is not as easy. They lose their summer running or tennis routine or discontinue walking with their buddy every few days routine. If you need to call on your friend to stay accountable, then do it. It’s not easy to stay active when it’s freezing, but it’s not as difficult when you have a partner in crime waiting for you.


Seasonal Affective Disorder

depressed sad man

It’s rather depressing to leave work and it already is totally dark outside. But it’s not all in your head; the lack of sunlight in the winter can actually have a significant effect on your mood and health. A handful of people develop Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in the winter, which is a type of clinical depression. Try making a concerted effort to wake up in the morning and take advantage of the sunlight in the morning to counteract the lack of exposure in the evening.


Holiday Meals

holiday table food

The holiday season brings with it an influx of parties and gatherings that are fueled by tons of drinking and eating. It sounds fun at the get-go—but by New Year’s, you’ve probably gotten a little too used to that sluggish feeling that sets in post-holiday binge eating. And that holiday eating leaves a mark. A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine found that people gain an average of a pound during the holiday season. When it comes to holiday events,  preparation is key. Don’t arrive hungry and don’t pretend like you can’t eat the whole day before you go to one of these parties.


Comfort Foods

mac n’ cheese

When the temperature plummets, we’re not just reaching for scarves and mittens, but also for heavier, more warming foods. In fact, eating can help raise body temperature, which could be the reasoning behind our increased desire to seek out hearty stews and comforting bowls of pasta.


Holiday Drinking

christmas eggnog

Eggnog and hot toddies are a staple during the holiday season, but overindulging is all too easy and comes at a weighty price. Smith recommends drinking plenty of water before and during your festive get-togethers to avoiding drinking too many cocktails. It also helps to go into the happy hour or party with a set number of drinks in mind so that you pace yourself and don’t go overboard.


Holiday Office Treats

christmas cupcake

Beyond the parties outside of work, your co-workers may start flooding the office with baked goods and candy that will now live at the end of your desk row for three weeks. Cue: Willpower. What’s more? According to The New England Journal of Medicine study mentioned before, the majority of people don’t actually lose most of the weight they put on during the holidays—which can mean packing on the pounds after a few years have ticked by. Rather than fight off your cravings, keep healthy snacks stocked in your desk drawer and allow yourself to have a treat every now and then.


Specialty Coffee Drinks

pumpkin latte

Before the first fall leaf changed color, pumpkin spice lattes had already made their return. And with each transition from fall to winter comes more sugar-filled, specialty coffee drinks. It’s hard to ignore the tasty craze, but if you can resist the fancy lattes, you’ll avoid tacking on unnecessary calories to your day. If you must indulge once in awhile, go for the smallest size and ask the barista to halve the amount of sugar in the drink!


Fido Gets Less Fresh Air

couple walking dog

The cold weather not only inhibits your normal outdoor activities, but it may also drive you to cut back on your dog’s regular walks. But when he’s not getting his exercise, neither are you. Every little bit adds up! All it takes is one look at that sad puppy face to remind you that it’s not just about you and you’ve got to give the little guy his time outside.


Sugar Is Everywhere

razzleberry pie

Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hannukah—you name it, most holidays revolve around food and the majority of them give special attention to dessert. The key here is to analyze your options and settle on one that you really can’t live without. Choose what you really want to indulge in and stick to that. Try your hardest to think about it ahead of time and plan where you truly want to spend your calories.


You’re Already Overweight

woman overweight yellow tape

This may be a tough pill to swallow, but if you’re already overweight or struggling with your weight, you may be more prone to gaining more weight over the span of the holidays than your leaner counterparts. According to a study published by Tufts University, overweight individuals gain five more pounds during the holidays, while the average person tends to pack on one pound. The best thing you can do is be diligent about your portion sizes and try your best to stay on track with your regular eating and exercise schedule.


You’re Extra Groggy

man sleeping at desk tired

The lack of sunlight in the winter can have a profound effect on our hormones—particular our hormones that regulate sleep. During the winter months, we produce more of the sleep hormone and feeling sleepy can hinder motivation to go to the gym or move around. Try working out in the morning when the sun is out and you haven’t felt the obvious effects of the shorter days set in yet.


Metabolism Increases

lose weight dont eat in bed

Although this may seem like a positive thing, a jump in our metabolism may actually lead to weight gain instead of fat burn, if you’re not careful. According to research from Maastricht University in the Netherlands, our metabolism increases in an effort to burn more energy to help us stay warm. Translation: we need more food to meet our body’s increased energy demands. So, while you may feel hungrier, keep in mind that your metabolism isn’t revved up enough to completely counteract that second helping of mashed potatoes.


Frozen Produce

woman checking produce

In the warmer months, a greater amount of produce is in season and easily accessed. When the seasons change and the air cools, you might find yourself reaching for more comfort foods simply because the fresher items aren’t around for you to pick from in the grocery store and farmers’ markets aren’t around every other corner. There is a simple solution here: Opt for frozen fruits and veggies! Often times, frozen produce is actually more nutritious because they are frozen at peak freshness.


You’re Bundled Up

couple in winter selfie

Who doesn’t love sweater weather? It’s so nice and cozy, we’ll admit it! But when you’re hiding your body on a regular basis, you lose the visual cues of weight maintenance and management. Take a moment every now and then to check in with how your clothes are fitting and make a continued effort to stay on top of your regular workouts.


Dinner Dates

couple on dinner date

It’s not news that we tend to consume far more calories when we dine out than when we cook at home. The cold weather tends to move date night to restaurants for a number of months when your more active ideas are limited. As a result, more nights spent trying new restaurants put you and your honey in a position to overeat more frequently. Try splitting your entrees or going without snacks at the movie theater to avoid excess calorie intake.


Holiday Spiced and Flavored Foods

holiday food gingerbread latte

The holidays tend to send people into a pumpkin spice and apple cider-fuelled tizzy. Recipes for muffins, breads, cakes, donuts, and drinks start cluttering your news feeds and inspiring new creative baking endeavors. However, this seasonal hobby may contribute to seasonal weight gain if you don’t control portions carefully. Rather than trying a new recipe every week, pick one and invite friends and family over to enjoy it with you. This way, you won’t have all of those delicious leftovers staring you in the face.


Increased Salt Intake

salt shaker

Those comfort foods that settle in for the winter might feel good going down, but heavier foods usually have higher sodium content. This means more bloating and immediate feelings of weight gain and discomfort. Be diligent about drinking plenty of water to try to minimize the bloating effects and keep portion sizes of heavier foods at a minimum.


Missed Meals

thanksgiving dinner

One of the great joys of the holiday season is getting to indulge in all of the delicious foods. What’s Thanksgiving, really, if you’re not continuously eating for three hours straight? In an effort to keep diets in check, many people tend to skip meals in anticipation of bingeing later. However, this is not advised. Pretend like the overeating is not even going to happen and you’ll be able to control it better. I think you need to stick to your schedule as much as possible so that effectively you’re eating just another meal and not making it into any super special event. The less special you make it in your head, the less of an effect it is likely to have on your body.


Final Thoughts

I hope you enjoyed today’s post? If you have any questions about today’s post, any past post or questions, in general, please feel free in reaching out. You can ALWAYS find my email in the “Thank You” section and you can also ALWAYS find all of my social media links in the “Where You Can Follow Me” section.

If you or someone you may know is looking for one on one coaching or just looking for advice on how to jump-start a healthy lifestyle or how to stay on track during the holidays you can find all of my links which are ALWAYS provided in the “Thank You” section and in the “Where You Can Follow Me” section.


Thank You!

I do hope you stick around as I put out different types of content I try to post educational, Informative things that everyone can learn from. I am learning what people like to read and what people don’t. The one thing you will get from me Is honesty. If I post something It’s because I believe In It no matter If It’s a beauty review, recipe post, or just me posting a random post.

If you are a company or a person who would like to reach out so we can work together you can reach me here. Leighlei2009@gmail.com

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Holiday Activities To Burn Calories

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When the weather outside is frightful, it can be all too tempting to stay inside and hibernate—I totally get it (unless you live where I live and the last few days has been in the 60’s). But the bottom line is, you’re not a bear or a bat so you shouldn’t be snoozing through winter. Plus, if staying fit is among your health goals, you really should make heading outside a priority.

Once the white powder has hit the ground, there are a ton of calorie-incinerating activities available that aren’t at our disposal during the warmer months. From skiing to sledding, I’ve identified some fun winter activities that can help you build a body you’ll be proud to show off come summer. Note: All calorie burned estimations are based on a 150-pound person and will vary depending on activity intensity and the person Itself).

Building a Snowman

building a snowman

Calories burned in 30 minutes: 143

It’s rarely considered to be much of a workout, but making a snowman can burn mega calories. And if you think about it, it makes a lot of sense. First of all, there’s loads of squatting involved throughout the process and a lot of walking and heavy lifting, too. That snowball face isn’t going to put itself on top of the two other snowballs, now is it?


Ice Skating

ice skating

Calories burned in 30 minutes: 171

So long as you can keep up a moderate pace, you’ll scorch 171 calories (what you’d find in about three Oreos). Hit the ice with the kids for a fun afternoon outing or skate around with your sweetie for a romantic—and heart thumping—night on the town.


Shoveling Snow

shoveling snow

Calories burned in 30 minutes: 207

Turns out that there’s an upside of this super annoying chore: it burns a ton of calories—and pretty quickly, too!


Sledding

sledding

Calories burned in 30 minutes: 234

Since sledding involves walking up and down a hill multiple times, it burns a fair share of calories. To work off that extra cup of hot cocoa you knew you’d be better off without, offer to pull the kiddos home. Dragging a sled behind you is a killer workout for your quadriceps.


Cross Country Skiing

cross country skiing

Calories burned in 30 minutes: 387

Cross country skiing is great because once you have the right gear, you can hit the power just about anywhere—for free! Not to mention, since you’re engaging your muscles with every step and there’s no downhill soaring, it burns more calories than downhill skiing. How many you ask? About 180 additional calories per hour!


Final Thoughts

I hope you enjoyed today’s post? If you have any questions about today’s post, any past post or questions, in general, please feel free in reaching out. You can ALWAYS find my email in the “Thank You” section and you can also ALWAYS find all of my social media links in the “Where You Can Follow Me” section.

If you or someone you may know is looking for one on one coaching or just looking for advice on how to jump-start a healthy lifestyle or how to stay on track during the holidays you can find all of my links which are ALWAYS provided in the “Thank You” section and in the “Where You Can Follow Me” section.


Thank You!

I do hope you stick around as I put out different types of content I try to post educational, Informative things that everyone can learn from. I am learning what people like to read and what people don’t. The one thing you will get from me Is honesty. If I post something It’s because I believe In It no matter If It’s a beauty review, recipe post, or just me posting a random post.

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The Best Hot Chocolates

Happy Halloween! Today’s post will be in orange and black to celebrate today being Halloween. If it’s too hard to read let me know and I will change it back to normal. It’s officially time to unpack our wool sweaters and oversized scarves and search the internet for the best hot chocolate you can warm up with. After all, frigid early mornings and cozy nights in just calls for hot cocoa. And it’s hard to argue with the fact that half the fun of drinking the wintry beverage is making it.

That’s why I got some taste testers to taste and teste five popular boxed mixes to find the absolute best hot chocolate mix. (For reference, we used 2 percent dairy milk as the base.) Skip the usual cup at your local 7-Eleven, and make a mug at home with their top pick. Mmmm!


How They Were Graded 

List checkmark boxesHere are the three metrics we used to determine each hot chocolate mix’s final grade.

Nutrition

Because most mixes didn’t vary too much across the nutritional board, my taste testers didn’t consider this metric too heavily. After all, hot chocolate is an indulgence (or it should be).

Consistency

Is the texture creamy enough to complement the milk, or does it fall flat? Did the unexpected aftertaste ruin your comforting experience?

Taste

Of course, taste is their top determining factor and we docked major points for mixes that lacked the cocoa notes we crave.


From Worst… To Best

Swiss Miss Milk Chocolate Mix

Swiss miss milk chocolate hot cocoa mix

PER PACKET (39 G): 160 calories, 2 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 170 mg sodium, 34 g carbs (<1 g fiber, 28 g sugar), 1 g protein

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Their Verdict:

In retrospect, this mix tasted way better as a kid—They said that their adult palates craved something richer. One taste tester said that this mix “smelled nostalgic,” while another proclaimed that it “tasted like a snow day.” However, this hot chocolate reminded them of our childhood, but the aqueous consistency resembled a mix that was stirred into water (although they used “regular” milk and almond milk), and the artificial aftertaste made this pick less tasty when compared to its competitors. Rather than boasting a pronounced cocoa flavor, Swiss Miss relied mostly on sugar and vanilla undertones to form its flavor base.


Nestle Classic Rich Milk Chocolate

Nestle classic rich milk chocolate hot cocoa mix

PER PACKET (20 G): 80 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 190 mg sodium, 15 g carbs (<1 g fiber, 12 g sugar), <1 g protein

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Their Verdict:

Although it didn’t coat the mouth, Nestle’s classic hot chocolate mix was richer than the Swiss Miss envelope. They can probably chalk that up to the higher fat content in Nestle: Nestle boasts 2 grams of fat per 20-gram packet, while Swiss Miss boasts the same amount of fat per almost double the serving size (a 39-gram packet). Nestle’s cocoa gave a pleasant flavor, with no particular flavor note sticking out. One of my taste testers proclaimed that this mix tasted just like your average milk chocolate bar.


ShopRite Instant Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa With Mini Marshmallows

Shop rite milk chocolate hot cocoa

PER PACKET (28 G): 110 calories, 1.5 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 140 mg sodium, 24 g carbs (<1 g fiber, 12 g sugar), <1 g protein

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Their Verdict:

Surprisingly enough, this grocery-store find trumped two ubiquitous, classic boxes—but only marginally. Although the mix was just as excessively sweet as Swiss Miss, ShopRite’s powder boasted the perfect touch of salt, which helped balance out the sweetened cocoa. The taste was comparable to the leftover milk in a bowl of Cocoa Puffs—yum! All in all, the milky chocolate flavor was neither too rich nor underwhelming, and the mini marshmallows added a nice contrasting texture and subtle vanilla flavor to this mix.


Godiva Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa

Godiva hot cocoa

PER 3 TBS: 130 calories, 2.5 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 5 mg sodium, 25 g carbs (2 g fiber, 22 g sugar), 1 g protein

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Their Verdict:

Out of all the offerings they taste-tested, Godiva’s milk chocolate hot cocoa was concocted with the cleanest ingredients, which was definitely noticeable with every sip. We commend the chocolatier for producing a spot-on cocoa flavor, but I really wished that the drink’s texture was more decadent. Something tells me that Godiva’s dark chocolate hot cocoa mix might be more up their alley than the milk chocolate version.


Land O Lakes Chocolate Supreme Hot Cocoa Mix

Land o lakes cocoa classics supreme chocolate hot cocoa mix

PER PACKET (35 G): 140 calories, 2.5 g fat (2.5 g saturated fat), 250 mg sodium, 26 g carbs (1 g fiber, 24 g sugar), 3 g protein

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Their Verdict:

Land O Lakes’ mix completely set itself apart from its competitors, thanks to its super decadent, authentic taste. This mug was velvety and coated the mouth (likely due to the addition of coconut oil), and the relatively high sodium content highlighted the rich cocoa notes. Whether you’re entertaining guests, whipping up a cup for your kids before bedtime, or just enjoying a warm mug on your couch, Land O Lakes Chocolate Supreme Hot Cocoa Mix will deliver the comforting cocoa you crave.

 


Final Thoughts

I hope you enjoyed today’s post? I know that It’s only October (Happy Halloween). Hot chocolate is something that is sold all year round. I personally enjoy hot chocolate in the winter during a snowy night (i know cliche). I figured since tomorrow is November first and the weather is slowly getting cooler (depending on where you live where I live it’s in the low 70’s) why not give all of my hot chocolate peeps a hot chocolate post. If you have any questions about today’s post, any past post or questions, in general, please feel free in reaching out and I will be more than happy to answer any questions, comments, or concerns you may have. 

You can find my email in the “Thank You” section and you can find all of my social media links in the “Where You Can Follow Me” section.

If you are looking for one on one coaching you can comment on any post or you can reach me at the email I provided in the “Thank You” section.


Thank You!

I do hope you stick around as I put out different types of content I try to post educational, Informative things that everyone can learn from. I am learning what people like to read and what people don’t. The one thing you will get from me Is honesty. If I post something It’s because I believe In It no matter If It’s a beauty review, recipe post, or just me posting a random post.

If you are a company or a person who would like to reach out so we can work together you can reach me here. Leighlei2009@gmail.com

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