Jill’s Spinach Raspberry Flaxseed Detox Shake~ As seen on Dr. OZ

Some people have told me this shake acts like a detox to them.  Many have lost lot’s of weight using this shake in the morning.  I really feel it’s the fiber in the shake that many of us lack.  I thought I would post it because I had a few comments on the past shake post that asked if this was what they showed on his show.  I did not watch today’s show but this shake is a wonderful way to stay healthy… Enjoy!

Jill’s Spinach Raspberry Flaxseed Oil Shake~As seen on Dr. OZ

Ingredients

Serves 4

2 cups fresh or frozen Raspberry’s
1 container of strawberry low fat yogurt.
1/4 cup orange juice
1 handful of fresh spinach. You and your kids wont even taste the spinach. It’s the only way I can get my 5 yr old to get his veggies.
8 baby carrots
2 scoops of vanilla or strawberry protein powder of your choice.
For a healthy twist add 2 teaspoons of flaxseed oil. You wont even taste it. There is also a beauty tip using flaxseed oil. It is great for making beautiful hair, skin and nails.
1/4 cup of dry oatmeal
2 teaspoon of wheat germ

Combine all ingredients in blender with a small amount of ice until smooth and serve. :-)

* Amount Per Serving / 10- oz
* Calories: 203.1
* Dietary Fiber: 12g
* Total Fat: 4.0 g
* Sodium: 52.2mg
* Total Carbs: 23.1 g
* Protein: 20g

Dr. Oz Indian Roasted Pumpkin Soup

Fall is here and this is the perfect soup to have on a cold night. 

Dr. Oz Indian Roasted Pumpkin Soup

  • 2 cups pie pumpkin, chopped
  • 4 shallots
  • 2 carrots, chopped
  • 1 Granny Smith Apple, pealed and sliced
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • 2 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 tsp. ground coriander
  • 1 tsp. ground cumin
  • 1/2 tsp. turmeric
  • 2 cups vegetable broth
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  1. Preheat oven to 425F
  2. Toss together: pumpkin, shallots, carrots, apple, onion, garlic olive oil, coriander, cumin and turmeric
  3. Spread mixture into 18 X 12 pan
  4. Roast for about 30 minutes until vegetables are tender
  5. Transfer mixture to blender
  6. Add broth and coconut milk to it
  7. Close blender cover, with center part removed
  8. Season with 1/4 tsp. each, salt and pepper

ENJOY!! It is so yummy!!!!!

Good Housekeeping 10/2010

 

Jill’s Fit Tip Tuesday!!

10 Great Tips To Make Exercise A Habit

1. Do a variety of activities you enjoy.

Remember, there is no rule that says you have to go to a gym or buy equipment. You can walk around the block or to a at home exercise video.
Having a variety of activities, weight lifting, running, walking, aerobics classes will ensure that you can do something regardless of the weather or time of day.

2. Commit to another person.

“This social aspect of exercise is very important to me,” I am a stay-at-home mom. I may let myself off, but if I’ve agreed to walk with a friend after dinner, I won’t be letting them down.”

3. Make exercise a priority.

“It has to be a non-negotiable. Making exercise non-negotiable. Friends and family members will know the importance of your program and learn that it’s part of your identity, and give up saying things like, “Why don’t you take it easy today?”

4. Exercise first thing in the morning.

Doing this will ensure the workout gets done. Things can come up in the day and if you put it off more than likely it won’t be done. Experts agree that a morning schedule is best. “If you go to a gym, it should be located between your home and work.”Exercise, take a shower, and you’re energized for the day.”

5. Or, exercise on your way home from work.

The next best thing to exercising first thing in the morning is to do it on your way home from work. Or if you are a full time mom maybe your hubby can watch the kids and let you workout.

6. Exercise even when you’re “too tired.

Chances are, you will feel better after exercising I always do. “It energizes us,”! “You breathe deeply, and your body makes better use of the oxygen exchange. You’ll get an exercise-induced euphoria during the activity and for some time after.” I end up having way more energy after i work out and it surprises me to come home and want to clean or do laundry.

7. Log your activity.

Write down the things that are important to you. It could be how much time you exercise each day or how many steps you walked. Just like a food journal it’s good to see your progress.

8. Be aware of all the indicators of progress.

It’s great when your clothes fit better and you are able to lift heavier weights or work out longer without getting exhaust.

9. Walk – Use a pedometer.

“If you enjoy walking and haven’t exercised for awhile, 10 minutes three times a day will give you 30 minutes.”
Use a pedometer, and work up to at least 10,000 steps a day. “Nobody starts out with 10,000 steps,” You need to find out your daily average and the next week strive to walk an extra 300 steps. Increase your steps each week.

10. Reward yourself.

Have you been telling yourself that you don’t deserve a reward for something you should be doing anyway- or that once you can zip your jeans without lying on the bed, that will be reward enough? Well, come on, how inspiring is that?

Experts say that making behavior changes is hard, and rewards motivate. So decide on a goal and a reward, and work toward it. You may buy a DVD you have wanted after sticking with your fitness plan for a month, or buy and new walking shoes when you have achieved 5,000 steps a day. Do whatever it is that works for you. Just make sure you do something to tell yourself job well done.

Jill’s Spinach Raspberry Flaxseed Oil Shake~ As seen on Dr. OZ

I have had about 20 emails in the past few days asking for my shake recipe so I said I would post it at the top! :-) To good health!

Jill’s Spinach Raspberry Flaxseed Oil Shake~As seen on Dr. OZ

Ingredients

Serves 4

2 cups fresh or frozen Raspberry’s
1 container of strawberry low fat yogurt.
1/4 cup orange juice
1 handful of fresh spinach. You and your kids wont even taste the spinach. It’s the only way I can get my 5 yr old to get his veggies.
8 baby carrots
2 scoops of vanilla or strawberry protein powder of your choice.
For a healthy twist add 2 teaspoons of flaxseed oil. You wont even taste it. There is also a beauty tip using flaxseed oil. It is great for making beautiful hair, skin and nails.
1/4 cup of dry oatmeal
2 teaspoon of wheat germ

Combine all ingredients in blender with a small amount of ice until smooth and serve. :-)

* Amount Per Serving / 10- oz
* Calories: 203.1
* Dietary Fiber: 12g
* Total Fat: 4.0 g
* Sodium: 52.2mg
* Total Carbs: 23.1 g
* Protein: 20g

Dr OZ’s Guide to Buying in Season

The simplest way to avoid overpaying for organic produce? Buy in season. When you purchase strawberries in the middle of the winter you aren’t just paying for the fruit – you’re paying for its travel expenses too! Use this guide to learn when your favorite produce is in season.

Use this chart and never overpay for organic groceries again!

Originally published at Dr.OZ.com
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