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The Top 14 Trends From Spring 2014 Fashion Week By Diana Tsui and Veronica Misako Gledhill Fashion Month ended last week, and we took our usual step back to peruse every show from the Spring 2014 offerings to see which trends synthesized across all four cities. Of course, just because something walks on a runway doesn’t mean it will influence anybody’s wardrobe, but when you see certain styling moves or details repeating in all four fashion capitals, it’s a safe bet that you’ll feel their impact. We sifted through show after show to come up with some trends that might have the significance, novelty, and staying power to find their way into our wardrobe next spring: the flying fringe at Altuzarra, Miu Miu, and Dior; the powdery lilac at Prabal Gurung, Wes Gordon, and Burberry, and then again at Christopher Kane; the return of classic knife pleats at Prada, Rochas, and Givenchy; the play of written words embroidered or printed across ready-to-wear at Alexander Wang, Erdem, and then, finally, at Dior.

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Winning ideas for beating winter blues Nearly 150 days separate the last day of the winter holidays from the first unofficial day of summer - Memorial Day. After holiday decorations get packed away, and winter sets in, it’s not uncommon to experience a touch - or more - of winter boredom. Some people may find themselves in a rut during those long 150 days. Fortunately, a number of tactics can help perk up your spirits. Here is a handful to consider as you enter 2014: Escape the routine Traveling during winter has many benefits. In many areas of the country, winter months are slower business times for hotels and resorts, and you may find great deals. What’s more, breaking up the routine and going somewhere new and exciting - or relaxing - may help alleviate winter blues. Immersing yourself in relaxation and pampering could be just what you need to release winter tensions. Places like The American Club resort in the quaint Village of Kohler, Wis., offers luxurious accommodations and the opportunity to step outside the winter routine. The newly renovated Carriage House sits above the fivestar Kohler Waters Spa. Owned by

Kohler Co., the leading manufacturer of bathing products, it’s no surprise the spa is renowned for its cuttingedge bathing and hydrotherapy services. Such destinations offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself in luxury and do absolutely nothing, or get your blood pumping with all the exciting attractions, activities and culinary experiences at the resort and surrounding area. Refresh your environment Travel isn’t always possible, but you can still experience a change in perspective when you make changes in your home environment. Kitchen and bathroom renovations are top choices and winter is a great time to tackle those projects. If you have the budget, by all means - go big. But if your budget is more modest, don’t despair; even small changes like new shower heads, faucets and accessories can give a room a spirit-lifting new look and feel. Doubt the power of a shower head to transform a bath? Consider the KOHLER Moxie Showerhead + Wireless Speaker. Its wireless speaker pairs with devices enabled with Bluetooth technology, offering a delightful and energizing showering

experience. Available in four new colors (Chartreuse, Retro Blue, Navy Blue or Cherry Red), this showerhead will not only provide new decor but also an upgraded showering experience. Make your own holidays Who says you have to limit spiritlifting celebrations to specific days of the year? If gathering with family and friends around the dinner table makes you happy, why not choose one day a month and have everyone over? Decorate for a theme that you enjoy - such as the beach or even the Fourth of July in January. Celebrate each family member with a special outing. Perhaps in January, your firstgrader will choose a trip to the local indoor playground. In February, your husband might opt for a family bowling night. Allowing each

member of the family to choose a destination gets everyone involved and excited. Plus, unusual family outings are a great way to brighten winter days. The days between New Year’s and spring don’t have to drag. Just step outside the routine - whether through travel or innovation at home - to help beat the winter blues.

Fitness Tips – Identifying Roadblocks Lifetime Fitness A few weeks ago, you might have been an exercise newbie, negotiating your way through those first workouts that seemed impossible, and tough. I bet you never thought you’d survive those first few weeks! But look at you now - you’ve got it all covered. You’re not only feeling good but are also continuing to exercise regularly as well. You’re in total control of your diet too - good for you! I hope you continue with your good habits, and stay on track. Here is the next step to help you stay committed to your fitness plan:

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you to have something unhealthy. If this seems familiar to you, then you are letting your loved ones and friends sabotage your fitness plan. Don’t let them do this to you; talk to them. Maybe they’re not even aware of sabotaging your plans in the first place! Have a talk with them, and let them know how important it is for them to understand you, and support your initiatives. Fitness Roadblock No. 3: Identify flaws in your fitness goals ensure that you have a definite goal - one that is not vague. This is very important because if you don’t have a target, everything will do. And this way, you will never succeed. Thus, a large part of achieving lifetime fitness depends on three things • First, you need to find out your present fitness level • Second, you need to determine your objective • Third, you need to set a realistic target and plan how you will get there Fitness Roadblock#4: L a c k o f m o t i v a t i o n Motivation is the key to staying committed to fitness for life. But, many fail to stay on track due to lack of compelling reasons that help to remain focused and succeed. Thus, if your plan to achieve total health is not powered by strong motivations,

then you’ll either remain where you are now, or land up being where you were prior to starting to exercise. What you need then is to be aware of why it is important for you to be fit - will it improve your health? Will it help to find a better partner? In addition, you need to also, determine why it is simply unacceptable for you to fail. Once you can answer these important questions honestly, you should be able to overcome any roadblocks to achieving lifetime fitness.


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Losing weight and getting into shape is a goal many Americans aspire to achieve. Choosing a weight loss plan that fits your lifestyle is a crucial first step in developing the diet that works for you. The road to a sound weight loss plan should begin with the following steps: Talk with your doctor First and foremost, speak with your doctor. Your healthcare provider can help you set attainable weight loss goals as well as discuss any medical conditions you have or medications you may take that could affect your ability to modify your diet. Talking with your doctor can help you find a plan that’s tailored to your particular needs. Choose the right plan for you One size does not fit all when it comes to diets. In fact, several studies featured in the International Journal of Obesity Supplements (IJOS) reported that adults with greater insulin resistance are more successful with weight loss on a low-carbohydrate diet compared with a low-fat diet. In such cases, a low-carbohydrate diet such as the Atkins Diet has been proven to have positive results on insulin resistance. Dieters start with a focus on carbohydrates from vegetables and slowly add back fruit, nuts and whole grains as one’s carb balance is established and weight loss goals are met. Opt for a diet backed by science over the latest fad. Commit to your Plan Losing weight and keeping it off requires a long-term commitment. Once you have developed your weight loss plan it is important that you stick with it. You need to make healthy changes to both your diet and lifestyle.

Your diet should include foods you will enjoy eating for a long time, not just for a few weeks or months. Adopt a plan that gives you the ability to enjoy a variety of food options. For example, if you are a veggie lover, the Atkins Diet could be a good plan for you to follow. From day one, the low-carb diet allows you to consume more vegetables than are recommended by USDA Guidelines. In fact, you can even follow Atkins as a vegetarian or vegan. Finding a plan that works for your lifestyle and incorporates more of the foods you already love will help reinforce your new healthier eating habits. Drink more water The Beverage Institute reports that

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Light eating for families: Experts suggest seafood Health experts recommend young families, especially expecting moms, should aim to eat a variety of nutrientrich foods -- those that are bursting with vitamins and minerals in every bite. A serving of seafood, for instance, packs nutrients like protein and omega-3s into only about 100 calories. For this reason, eating fish and shellfish two to three times a week is linked to healthy hearts among adults and a brain boost in babies. Warm weather is the perfect time to learn light, delicious ways to make fish your family’s new favorite. Healthy eating made simple with seafood Instead of deli meat sandwiches, try a tuna, crab or salmon salad with one of these creative mix-in combinations to help get to your weekly recommended servings of seafood: * Plain yogurt, slivered almonds, diced apples and dried cranberries. * Olive oil, capers, diced red onion and basil. * Cottage cheese, diced celery and a splash of lemon juice. Place on a whole wheat roll or eat as a dip with crackers for a simple and nutritious picnic lunch. As an alternative to traditional sum-

mer barbecue items like hot dogs and brats, which are higher in calories and fat, fire up the barbecue for one of these fish dishes: * Kebabs with shrimp, scallops, peppers and pineapple. * Fillets of salmon or cod grilled on a wood plank. * Grilled pizza with mozzarella, tomatoes and canned tuna (full recipe below). Seafood matters most for momsto-be Fish and seafood is packed with nutrients that are especially important for the health of pregnant women and growing babies, yet 80 percent of women don’t eat the recommended amount. During your pregnancy, official guidelines from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration say: * Eat seafood two to three times each week. * Eat a variety of fish. * As much as half (6 ounces) of fish each week can be albacore tuna. * The only fish to avoid completely are shark, swordfish, king mackerel and tilefish. “Seafood contains a package of powerhouse nutrients needed for a healthy pregnancy - omega-3s, calcium, vitamin D and iron,” says

Dr. Ashley Roman, an obstetrician and mother of two. “Most expecting moms don’t get enough nutrient-rich fish in their diet and are missing out on a brain development boost for their babies.” A new guide created with registered dietitians and doctors is now available to help expecting and new moms eat plenty of fish. “A Seafood Lover’s Guide to Eating During Pregnancy,” explains why eating seafood is important, how much to eat, and how to eat it with delicious and nutritious recipes and snack ideas. Download a free copy of “A Seafood Lover’s Guide to Eating During Pregnancy” at www.healthytuna. com. Grilled Tuna Italiano Pizza During the hot summer months, skip the oven and go for the grill. This easy and delicious pizza is a great way to enjoy a variety of nutritious foods with your whole family without heating up the whole house. Serves two. Ingredients 1 (6-ounce) pre-baked individual whole-wheat pizza crust 1/4 cup shredded mozzarella

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Diet Food to Help Men Lose or Maintain Their Weight By Tamara McRill Salad and fruit may be diet food staples, but weight-watching men often desire a little more heft in their chow. There are fat burning foods for men that won’t require you to gnaw on lettuce all day. These manly diet foods will control hunger or boost metabolism, to help shed unwanted pounds. As with any diet, you may want to consult your physician to ensure none of these diet foods will negatively effect your health, allergies or medication. Fat Burning Food for Men #1: Soup One of the best diet foods for men are lower calorie, broth or tomato based soups. Soup is the exception to liquids being less filling than solids. This should be taken advantage of and used as a diet food before meals to reduce hunger and to feel full. A Purdue University study, conducted by Richard Mattes, fed 300 calorie servings of soup to participants, before they ate lunch. They were allowed to eat as much as they wanted for lunch, but participants took in less calories daily on the days they ate the soup. Fat Burning Food for Men #2: Hot Peppers One fat burning food for men that

will speed up your metabolism, is hot peppers. According to researchers at Laval University, in Canada, this is due to the chemical capsaicin. Capsaicin is found in jalapeno and cayenne peppers. This chemical provides temporary stimulus to your body, releasing stress hormones. This amps up your metabolism, causing calories to burn. Fat Burning Food for Men #3: Beans Beans may not seem like a traditional diet food, but it works as one on many levels. Beans work as appetite suppressants, by helping you feel full longer. Beans also pack a big dose of fiber and protein, for very little calories, making it a great fat burning food. A half cup of pinto beans contains 8 grams of fiber, 7 grams of protein and just 110 calories. So next time someone gives you grief over bean consumption, say you are just following your diet. Fat Burning Food for Men #4: Cereal High fiber, whole-grain cereal is a great fat burning food option, for breakfast or a snack. Another Purdue University study found that replacing a meal with a portion controlled serving of cereal may help weight

loss. The study included 2/3 cup of skim milk and a 100 calorie serving of fruit with the cereal serving. Other research shows that men who increased their consumption of whole grain, were less likely to gain weight over time. Whole-grain cereals also provide fiber, nutrition and a sense of fullness, making it a decent diet food choice. Fat Burning Food for Men #5: Lean Turkey Lean turkey has long been a favorite fat burning food for body builders. The protein in this diet food can raise your metabolism, which helps to build up lean muscle. This in turn, helps your body to burn fat. A three ounce portion of boneless, skinless lean turkey contains 120 calories and 26 grams of protein.

These fat burning foods for men are not miracle diet foods. However, they can give your metabolism the boost it needs, to help you burn off excess calories. When used in conjunction with a doctor approved diet and exercise program, you should be able to achieve a healthy fitness level.

A fun approach to teaching kids nutrition wisdom As children across the country head back to school, life for families becomes a little more hectic. Just because days are busy, don’t let nutrition fall by the wayside. Teaching children nutritious eating habits now can mean a lifetime of health, plus it can be a lot of fun to eat, laugh and spend time together. “The more parents can do to involve children in the process, the decisions on what they are eating and where their food comes from, the better off they will be at helping them learn reverence and appreciation for food,” says Anni Daulter, professional cook, nutrition expert, and author of several books, including “The Organic Family Cookbook.”

Here are some simple yet effective tips from Daulter to get your kids excited about nutrition and help them make good food choices: 1. Make mealtime special “In our fast-paced lives, we have somehow lost the concept that eating is not just about the actual food. It’s about the connection, the time spent enjoying every bite, laughing, talking and sharing. Our families need this time together,” Daulter says. Create a routine. Consider starting dinner at a similar time each night. Designate different nights for different types of meals, such as vegetarian Monday, or make-your-own pizza Saturdays. Have children help with the meal prep and cleanup, if ageappropriate. Light a candle during dinner, and allocate plenty of time for conversation - it’s one of the best ways to bond with loved ones. 2. Adopt a healthy morning routine While most families are timecrunched on weekday mornings, it’s important to make time for breakfast so kids get the nutrition they need before heading to school. Healthy breakfasts incorporate whole grains, protein, fresh fruit, and supplements that support brain and body health. “Supplements can be an easy way for mom and dad to ensure that their children get the important nutrients they need, especially during busy mornings,” says Daulter. “I

recommend giving kids a boost of brain-building nutrition with a kidfriendly omega-3 supplement. I like chewable, strawberry-flavored Nordic Naturals Children’s DHA. This essential nutrient is brain food, proven to support brain growth and health. Additionally, omega-3s support a healthy immune and nervous system, too.” 3. Create tasty school lunches “When your children are fed better, they learn better,” says Daulter. “Their bodies react to being fed good pure foods that give them the fuel they need to get through each and every school day.” Save time by making lunches the night before or do a big Sunday cutand-chop day for raw ingredients throughout the week. Here is a sample of what you’ll find in Daulter’s children’s lunch baskets: Black Bean Soup Lunch * Classic Caesar salad * Homemade wheat parmesan chips * Raw: Asian pears and clementines 4. Have healthy snacks on hand “Kids bodies tend to be more in tune with their internal signals and they inherently seem to know that they need more little meals throughout the day, rather than three big meals,” Daulter says. “Eating smaller portions frequently throughout the day provides more energy when we need it and is easier

for our bodies to digest.” Daulter keeps several small kids tables throughout the house so her children can nibble on snacks while they continue to play. What sorts of things does she like to feed her kids for snacks? Nuts, homemade fruit rollups, pumpkin seeds, veggie popcorn, fresh fruits, carrot sticks, and cheese are all healthful snacks that keep kids’ bellies full. 5. Teach healthy eating habits through activity “My kids and their friends love to cook and help us prepare meals, and the more we include them in the process, the more invested they become in their own health,” says Daulter. You may be surprised by how excited your children get by being involved in the entire meal process. When you go to the grocery store or farmers market, have children help pick out veggies. If you grow your own, let them pick the produce and help wash, peel and prep it for meals. “Even the youngest child can help mix in flour for fresh bread or learn to whip her own honey butter,” says Daulter. “These tasty teachings will not only give them practical and valuable life skills, but will leave them with loving memories of family cooking days that were spent laughing, creating, and of course, eating!”

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Walking to Exercise for Fitness Better Health and Fitness Are Just Steps Away By Nancy Shepherd For years it was believed that exercise for fitness had to be very strenuous to have any noticeable benefit. However, it is now recognized that something as simple as walking can be as efficient as more rigorous activities. The key is the type of walking you do. Simply strolling is better than nothing; it at least gets you moving and keeps your joints limber. But if you’re walking to exercise for fitness, you’ll need to step up the pace. Depending on your current health and your fitness goals, you can choose from brisk walking, power walking, and pole walking. Brisk walking can help you lose weight, improve your mood, manage Type 2 diabetes, lower blood pressure, and normalize cholesterol. Done consistently, it is as effective for reducing the risk of heart attack as jogging. As a weight-bearing exercise, it also contributes to strong bones and reduces risk from osteoporosis. All it takes is a good, supportive pair of walking shoes and enough space to work up to a good pace. To gain the benefits of brisk walking,

your speed should be fast enough to raise your heart rate, but still allow you to comfortably carry on a conversation. After a five to ten minute warm-up at a slower pace, increase to the brisk pace and maintain it for at least 30 minutes. You’ll get best results from engaging in the activity no fewer than five days a week. The next level of walking for fitness is power walking. At this level you can burn almost as many calories as jogging but without the jarring impact on your joints. In one study, women who incorporated three power walks per week into their walking routines lost five times as much belly fat than women whose workouts consisted of only brisk walking -- even though they burned the same number of calories. To take your workout to the power walking level, do your warm-up walk, then bend your elbows and swing your arms as you stride energetically. Strive for a pace of four miles an hour, an intensity at which conversation is no longer comfortable. Pole walking gives you all the benefits of power walking and then some. Adding poles to your walking

routine involves more muscles of the upper body, so you burn more calories and tone your upper body as well as your legs. Additionally, the poles provide stability and relieve some of the load from the hips and knees, which may make it easier for older people to take part. Walking with poles results in a greater aerobic workout without having to walk any faster. Even though using the poles raises the heart rate higher and burns more calories than walking without poles, walkers don’t perceive the exertion as harder. It has also been reported to relieve neck and shoulder pain. To pole walk correctly, it is best to get some instruction so you’ll get the most from your efforts. You’ll learn the proper length for your poles and the most effective techniques. Generally, walking with poles is like power walking, except that you will push down and back on the poles to propel yourself

more powerfully with each stride. There’s no longer any excuse for not working out. Walking to exercise makes improved fitness accessible to nearly everyone. Start where you are and do as much as you can do. As your fitness improves, step up to the next level of walking and you’ll be taking positive steps toward better health.

Prepare your car for winter with these simple tips Getting ready for winter is no small feat. It takes time and planning to make sure your family and your home are ready to brave the elements. But is your car as ready as you are? If you haven’t thought about preparations for your vehicle, these simple tips will help you prepare for the colder months ahead. * Check your tires. You depend on your tires more during the winter than any other season. So before the roads get slick, check your tires to be sure they aren’t worn and that they are properly inflated. You should be able to find the proper tire pressure on the inside of your driver’s side door. Once you’re sure your tire pressure is appropriate, make a note to check again later in the winter. Cold air will cause the air in your tires to compress and may cause your tires to lose pressure. * Check your brakes. Your brakes will work harder once the icy conditions of winter set in. Make sure they are up to the task by bringing your vehicle in to your mechanic for a thorough brake inspection.

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* Wash and wax your car at a professional car wash. Putting your car through the car wash during the sloppiest season of the year may seem a strange idea but a thorough wash can remove harmful compounds that may cause damage when mixed with sand and road salt. Experts from the International Carwash Association also recommend a coat of wax for an extra layer of protection from the elements. Besides protecting your car, you’ll also be protecting the environment. Professional car washes can save up to 20 percent of the amount of water you’d use by washing your car at home. They do this by treating and reusing their water, rather than releasing toxic chemicals and grime into the storm drains, which can often occur when you wash your car yourself. You can learn more about the environmental benefits of a professional car wash at washwithwatersavers.com. * Check fluids. It’s good practice to stay on top of fluids such as oil, windshield washer or transmission fluid. But in the winter, no fluid is more important than your coolant because, if you’re out of coolant, you’re out of heat. Your owner’s manual will tell you how much coolant you need as well and provide the correct blend. It’s also never a bad idea to keep an additional bottle of coolant in your car for emergencies. * Test your battery. A lack of coolant will stop your heater from working and so will a

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dead battery. Before you head out this winter, be sure your battery is working properly. No one wants to be stranded by the side of the road with a dead battery and, in the cold winter months, being stranded could be dangerous. * Check your wipers. You checked the wiper fluid along with your other fluids but don’t forget the wipers themselves. Replace old wiper blades and make sure to have a reservoir full of wiper fluid. * Winter emergency kit. Sometimes all the preparation in the world can’t prevent a winter emergency. If you find yourself stranded by the side of the road, a winter survival kit

can be very helpful. Include an ice scraper/ brush, extra blankets or clothes - including hats and gloves - snacks and bottled water and a first aid kit. A small shovel can come in handy if you get stuck and a bag of cat litter can be used to provide needed traction for your tires. Getting your vehicle ready for winter while temperatures are still mild is a proactive approach to preventive maintenance that helps ensure safety, reliability and fewer unexpected repairs when severe winter weather strikes. By planning ahead you can ensure that your family and your car will be in for a smooth ride all winter long.


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Pascal Olhats, Honorary OC Food Bank Events Committee Member with Peggy Fort, Francois Langin, and Bill Long.

In an effort to support the OC Food Bank, Orange Countys most prominent socialites came out to Newport Beach Vineyard and Winery to raise their glasses and much needed funds to alleviate hunger. With a significant decrease in pounds of food received this year by the OC Food Bank for one its programs that serves new mothers, infants, and seniors, the 2nd annual Soiree in the Vineyard to End Hunger in Orange County raised more than $45,000, supplying more than 100,000 meals for individuals and families during the holidays. Out of compassion for families that do not have sufficient access to food, Community Action Partnership of Orange County formed a fundraising

Richard Moriarty, owner of NBVW with Pat and Jolynn Mahoney and committee, chaired by Jeanne Moriarty, to raise funds and awareness for its Jeanne Moriarty, Honorary Chair of the Soiree. OC Food Bank program through events such as the Soire. All of our guests enjoyed the beautiful natural setting and the intimate environment of the OCFBs soiree event. However, the most important aspect of the event is the wide-reaching positive impact it has on the urgency of unmet needs within our own backyard, stated Jeanne. The Soire, which took place at Newport Beach Vineyard & Winery, included a VIP reception featuring Italian fare prepared by master chefs from Antonello Ristorante, Richard Moriartys Estate produced wine, and a unique photo opportunity in front of Richards Lamborghini on the wall above his private wine cellar. The highlight of the evening included a special heartfelt speech by Jeanne Moriarty along with a surprise $5,000 donation, kick-starting a compassionate call for donations. Through the Fund a Need call for donations, an additional $9,000 was raised for the OC Food Bank along with $10,000 Justin Myers, Executive Director NBVW and Mrs. Moriarty, Jeanne Guests also enjoyed live jazz performed by the Jerry Mandel Jazz Band, and Richard’s mother. a wild card live auction, a tour of the estates ornately ordained wine cave, during the live auction.

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and a competition for best hats worn to the event. Support for the Soire in the Vineyard came from presenting sponsor Wells Fargo, C.J. Segerstrom & Sons, and Southern California Institute for Food Technologists. Additional support came from South Coast Plaza, Locale Magazine, Goose Island Brewing Company, Giracci Vineyards, Noms in a Cup, and the Jerry Mandel Jazz Band. The Orange County Food Bank distributes nearly 20 million pounds of food annually. We also provide food and personal-care items to more than 400 other helping organizations including churches, shelters, and senior centers. At the food bank’s warehouse, volunteers receive and package 26,000 boxes of food each month, which its clients can pick up at 50 sites across the county. For more information, please visit www.OCFoodBank.org Page 10

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Balboa Peninsula’s newest restaurant features a modern day supper club with two levels of antique yet trendy décor. CW offers faves like their Garlic & Parmesan Slow Roasted Prime Rib, the best Monte Cristo sandwich since the 50’s plus a variety of steaks, chops, seafood, salads and sandwiches, 26 beers on tap, boutique wines by the glass, and signature cocktails. Open for lunch, dinner, late night and entertainment seven days a week. For more information:

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Make Breakfast Part of Your New Year’s Resolution It’s a new year, so why not make it a new you? Put those resolutions into action by making simple changes to help improve your lifestyle. Start with the meal that helps start your day and create a versatile, fulfilling breakfast by adding almonds, in all their forms to your morning meal to help provide you with the energy you need. Matthew Biancaniello, master mixologist at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel’s Library Bar is known for his innovative cocktail creations and use of fresh ingredients. His creativity extends to healthful smoothies that help jump start your morning and your metabolism as well. For an easy smoothie, Biancaniello suggests using almond butter or almond milk for a creamy base with a burst of flavor. “One of my favorite smoothie recipes uses a combination of both almond butter and milk, along with fresh fruit, juices and seasonings for a unique blend that’s sure to get your day going,” says Biancaniello. “It takes no time at all to add and blend the ingredients, and the result is a satisfying drink that you can take with you on the go.” Including a handful of almonds in your breakfast is one simple solution that not only packs a powerful nutritional punch, but also helps keep you satisfied throughout the morning. There are all kinds of ways almonds can help boost your breakfast: Toss a handful of whole natural almonds and fresh berries into your morning yogurt. Look for cereals containing crunchy sliced or slivered almonds. Top whole wheat toast with almond butter and sliced bananas, or spread almond butter onto

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the Best Diet for Permanent Weight Loss By John Phillip Many people proclaim to have the best diet or lifestyle plan to achieve permanent weight loss, yet nearly 95% of those who begin a new dietary program fail to hit their goal or keep the weight off for good. To a large extent genetics are to blame, as the basic survival mechanism which has allowed us to thrive for generations is also to blame for our weight loss failures. Drink Water Before Each Meal Research now confirms that one of the simplest methods for healthy weight loss may offer hope to the millions who struggle with their weight, and is simple and inexpensive. Research presented to the American Chemical Society shows that drinking 2 cups of water right before each meal is enough to help dieters lose an additional 5 pounds over a 90 day period. Information from this study concludes that the water is enough to fill the stomach before eating so you feel full and don’t over eat. Experts advise everyone to drink at least 6 to 8 glasses of water each day, as this supports healthy liver function and is essential for proper fat metabolism. Drink More Water, Less Diet Drinks

Another benefit from drinking water before each meal is that it helps eliminate the temptation to drink sweetened beverages or diet drinks which are known to sabotage weight loss efforts. Water before meals is a great way to stimulate weight loss with minimal effort, but in order to achieve permanent results, you need to make the correct choice between quick weight loss plans and a sustainable fat burning program. Quick Weight Loss Plan There are certain circumstances when you may need to resort to a quick weight loss plan. Nutritional experts warn that rapid weight loss is not the way to drop those extra pounds as they typically involve diet pills or meals which are nutritionally imbalanced and exclude important food groups. People look to rapid weight loss programs so they can look good for a special event or to fit into a favorite bathing suit. While these may be good reasons to begin your weight loss journey, it’s important to avoid commercially marketed fat burning pills and synthetic metabolism boosters. Some may deliver quick results, but the weight loss cannot be sustained and these artificial supple-

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The most common weight loss mistake is losing weight too rapidly. Once you’ve made the decision to begin a new weight loss lifestyle, weight yourself twice each week and keep a chart of your progress, making sure that you don’t drop too fast. Stay away from damaging diet pills and fad diets, in favor of healthy meal options. You’ll enjoy the health benefits of a well planned, steady weight reduction program leading to permanent and sustainable weight loss for life.

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Top 5 Strategies for Overall Body Wellness and Fitness Total Body Fitness is More Than the Workout

By Joe Zep There are a variety of aspects to contemplate for the highest levels of health, body wellness and fitness. The physical activity is the most important characteristic but in addition you will need proper dieting, frame of mind along with the right nutritional supplements to keep on a constant exercise routine schedule and keep it there over time. Everyone will have diverse goals and desires on an individual basis nevertheless having all elements in place will ensure ultimate health and a very good general plan for total body fitness. Here are five tips to enable you to get your total body fitness on the right track in addition to a good plan going forward: P OS I T I V E M ENTAL I TY First off you will need to get started with a positive attitude to be sure that you will see results. It could take a bit of time to achieve the results that you are after. Total body fitness requires maintaining a positive goal focused mindset to subsequently attain your main goals. Keeping positive will keep you on the path so that if circumstances Page 16

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continue to keep the commitment and make it a priority for total body fitness. S U P P LE M ENTS Supplements are a good way to increase results from your workouts and can induce a healthy body. Make sure you do proper research ahead of time to make sure that nutritional supplements are safe. There are plenty of herbal and natural supplements and can include protein powders comprised of egg, soy, or whey. Whey protein is an excellent method to achieve high protein together with low-calorie choice. Some other health supplements may also include creatine, casein, metabolism booster products, minerals and vitamins. There are actually way too many to list but you can certainly search bodybuilding supplements online and check out all the different supplements which are on the market. No matter what your goals for total body fitness you can easily reach all of them by having a stepby-step plan, a schedule, keeping focused and setting goals to realize and make brand new ones so remember to take into consideration these 5 tips for total body fitness.


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