|Treats will be served! (Above recipe from The Art of Healthy Eating – Sweets)|
I have really enjoyed doing my classes and meeting many of you either in my home or on the webinar. I will be doing one last class for this winter. This will be the last class I do until fall. This is the LAST chance to catch this great information. 🙂
The class is only $25. Pre-registration is required. For those of you who are out of the area there will be a Webinar option. The Webinar option will enable you to see the slides and hear me speak just like if you were in the room. Any questions you have will be answered (via the chat option in the webinar) You get a PDF of the slides to follow along with.
WHEN: Sunday March 24th from 5-7pm central
WHERE: My home in River Falls, WI (email Craig for more details)
Maximize Your Metabolism
Want to boost your metabolism, lose weight and feel better? In this two hour class you’ll get a better understanding of what your metabolism is, how you can accelerate it and just what foods will rev it up or put the brakes on it. Find out the biochemical problems with Low Fat Diets and why a breakfast of cereal and skim milk does not “do a body good.” Maria’s recipes and diet secrets have been featured on television programs, radio shows and magazine articles. She has also been interviewed many times on the importance of balancing your brain neurotransmitters and how that equates to weight loss success. The more sugar we eat, the more we crave it. If you start your day off with cereal and skim milk, you aren’t going to be able to walk by the candy jar in your office at 2pm!
Check out these to breakfast comparisons:
Option 1: 1 cup SMART START Cereal (1 cup skim milk and banana)
472 calories, 105 carbs, 4g fiber = 25.25 tsp of sugar in blood (IF you didn’t add any sugar!)
Option 2: 2 eggs, with 2 cups of mushrooms, peppers, onions
190 calories, 9 carbs, 3 fiber = 1.5 tsp of sugar in blood
Option 3: My homemade donut made with coconut flour
217 calories, 7.4 carbs, 4.6g fiber = 0.7 tsp of sugar in blood! To eat is a necessity; to eat ‘healthy’ is an art.
To watch the video recording, click HERE