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Step 2: Slow Down

Are you larger today than ever before?

It’s no secret that the size of the average adult has expanded over the last forty years…and studies show that potion sizes have grown right along with us.

Researchers from New York University found that average portion sizes started to grow in the 1970’s, rising quickly in the 1980’s, and this phenomenon hasn’t shown signs of slowing.

A large order of fries from McDonalds’ weighs the same as 1998’s Supersize fries.

And it doesn’t stop there.

Check out these eye-opening figures, provided by the National Institutes of Health:

  • Today's 6-inch bagel has 350 calories. This is 210 more calories than a 3-inch bagel 20 years ago.
  • Today's 5 ounce muffin has 500 calories. This is 310 calories more than muffin 20 years ago.
  • Today, a large cookie has about 275 calories. This is 220 more calories more than a cookie 20 years ago.
  • Today, a 3 cup chicken Caesar salad has 790 calories. This is 400 more calories more than Caesar salads 20 years ago.

Health experts all agree on one thing: Obesity is on the rise because people eat too many calories and do not exercise enough.

Portion control is a very important factor for losing weight, but to attain a slim and healthy physique exercise is also a must.

As your local fitness expert, I’m here to get you started on an exercise program that will change your life and shape forever.

But first, here’s how to handle today’s extra-large portions…

Step 1: Stop Cleaning Your Plate

I’m sure your mother did a great job when she taught you to “clean your plate.” The problem now lies in the fact that your plate is usually loaded with more than 3 times the calories that you really need.

So what’s the solution?

Realize that it is O.K. to leave food on your plate.

Eating everything on the plate is probably a habit now, but it is one that you can break.

Focus on how you feel halfway through your meal. Are you full? If you are beginning to feel full then stop eating.

Don’t worry—your mom won’t send you to your room!

Step 2: Slow Down

Most of us are in such a hurry. We rush to work, rush to lunch, rush through errands and then rush home.

So, it is no wonder that food consumption is no exception. Most meals are devoured before your stomach has the chance to let you know that it is full.

Eat your next meal slower than usual.

Chew each bite thoroughly, engage in conversation and pay attention for signs that you may be getting full. Once you realize that you are full, stop eating. Congratulations—you just tailored your portion down to its proper size.

Step 3: Go Halfsies

I understand that it may be very difficult for you to leave food on your plate, even though your mother isn’t looking over your shoulder, and even if you eat slowly. No problem—you just need to do some strategic planning.

The next time you go out to eat do one of the following two options:

1) Share an entrée with a friend and order salad or soup to start your meal. This will cut your calories down dramatically, while still giving you the satisfaction of clearing your plate.

2) If sharing isn’t an option then ask your waiter to bring a to-go box along with your order. As soon as the food is placed in front of you put half of it into the to-go box. You are now left with a reasonable portion and even have your next meal taken care of.

Getting you into great shape is my passion—it’s a job that I don’t take lightly.

Allow me to get you fit and strong the safe, healthy way. Call or email today to get started.

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Who’s in Charge?

There may be certain aspects of life that you do not have direct control over, but what ends up in your mouth is not one of them!

You control what you eat.

When faced with extra large portions exercise your right to chose wisely and your body and waistline will thank you for it. Couple this with a regular fitness routine and you will find that reaching and maintaining your goal weight is easier than ever.

Best Spinach Salad Ever

The first thing that you’ll notice about this salad is that it tastes amazing. It also doesn’t hurt that spinach is an extremely nutrient-dense food. The recipe calls for raspberry vinegar, which is a flavorful and refreshing alternative to traditional, oily dressing. The fruit and nuts add flavor, fiber and healthy fat.

Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com

What you need
Servings: 8

8 cups cleaned spinach leaves
3 oranges, peeled, sliced and quartered
2 cucumbers, peeled sliced and quartered
1/8 cup macadamia nuts, coarsely chopped
1/8 cup sunflower seeds
2 Tablespoons poppy seeds
1 cup strawberries, sliced or whole raspberries
½ cup white balsamic raspberry blush vinegar

Instructions

1. Combined the spinach, oranges, cucumbers, macadamia nuts, sunflower seeds, poppy seeds and strawberries in a bowl.

2. Add the vinegar and toss well.

Nutrition
One serving equals: 99 calories, 3g fat, 14g carbohydrate, 2.6g fiber, and 3.5g protein.

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