Here’s a soup for those times when you want something light in calories but filling and nutritious and quick. You wouldn’t think that such a simple soup could taste so delicious, but superfoods are “super” in more ways than one!
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When Erica was about 7, she decided she wanted to learn how to cook! I had been having the conversation with her: “When you are a mom, you are going to need to know how to cook!” So, she pulled out an old spiral bound notebook, put page numbers throughout the ENTIRE thing, and asked me to spell each and every ingredient for our salad (the recipe she is holding was a bread recipe). Then she started an index. I thought it was so stinkin cute, I wanted to rush out and buy her her very own CUTE recipe binder where she can collect her favorite recipes until she leaves home. I resisted however, and decided to let her do it her own way. She doesn’t know any better.
Running herself into the ground is a thing of the past for Integrative Nutrition grad Priscilla Stephan. After 15 years as an executive in corporate America, feeling chronically fatigued and unfulfilled, the light at the end of the tunnel came once she enrolled in the Health Coach Training Program in 2011.
These days, Priscilla runs a New York City-based health coaching practice, Sweet Path Wellness, Inc., that helps busy working women reclaim their self-assurance and contentment. She uses a no-diet, no-deprivation method that holistically considers food intake, stress, sleep, relationships, and other lifestyle factors.
My husband is one of those people who will literally eat anything. He grew up in a family of 8 children, and there was no room for being picky. All of his siblings are the same way and it is awesome – and amazing. How did his mom do it?? One thing she did is that she always had a garden and so they ate lots of fresh veggies. I have never met people who love to just take a bite out of a tomato like they do. And they all love beets………and Swiss chard. And Brussels sprouts. You get the idea. So when we got married, my husband was a bit surprised to find out that I had a more ‘discriminating palate’ as I like to call it. Because he is so un-picky (there has got to be a better term for that) he really likes to try new and different foods. He never orders the same thing at a restaurant. Ever. The longer we have been married, the more his influence has rubbed off on me and I started wanting to try more foods. I remember thinking mushrooms were completely disgusting and were classified as a fungus for a reason. But of course my husband LOVES mushrooms. And so I began forcing myself to eat them over and over in the hopes that one day I would appreciate their unique texture and flavor. And guess what happened? It worked! I now can honestly say that I love mushrooms. I did this with quite a few foods. And even entire food groups. I was never a big Mexican food fan. Enter husband who lives for spicy foods. And now? I LOVE Mexican food.
I am not sure chimichangas are classified as Mexican food, but for my purposes they are. They are typically deep fried and stuffed with beef or chicken and cheese. A big deep fried, meat filled chimichanga would probably feel the same as a pound of rocks sitting in the bottom of your stomach. But they sounded delicious one afternoon and so this is a lighter version I came up with.
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Once a starving artist who had to share a studio apartment and make ends meet in an unfulfilling job, Lisa Fabrega suffered from poor body image, emotional eating, and an immune disorder. After graduating from the Health Coach Training Program in 2010, Lisa left all that behind and now runs a successful and profitable health coaching practice based in New York helping other women like her.
Known as the “Pleasurable Detox Coach,” Lisa incorporates wine, chocolate and other delicious (and pleasurable!) elements in her program to fit her client’s lifestyle. “I guide women in detoxing their lives so that they can release everything that is strangling their power, stepping into living the ecstatic, purposeful lives that are their birthright!”
Dec. 26, 2012 — Sales of the prescription weight loss drug Qsymia, the first such drug to get the FDA’s OK in 13 years, are increasing, despite earlier reports of sluggish interest.
For the week ending Dec. 7, more than 2,000 new prescriptions for Qsymia were filled, according to Source Healthcare Analytics, a provider of pharmaceutical market data. That compares to 1,163 filled prescriptions for the week ending Nov. 23.