Healthy Through The Holidays

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

We have completed four full weeks of commitment to being healthy
I cannot believe we are starting week five!
Time flys when you are having fun!
Starting week 5...seeing any progress?
I would be, if it wasn't for all the good gluten free Thanksgiving leftovers I ate !
Are you starting a nice routine?
This week was a little different, my children had a few days off of school
Are Keely's Pilates exercises working?
Not really, but that is mainly because I am having fun with the kids.
I am mostly jumping rope with them or having fun on the trampoline.
Remember cardio counts, too
How about healthy tips?
I do well in this department; unless it is a holiday or an event I am attending.
Fruit Sticks Recipe
These fruit sticks make eating fruit fun. I have used mandarins, apples, and grapes in this recipe, but any type of fruit can be used.
2 mandarins, peeled
1 red apple, diced
1 green apple, diced
1 cup green grapes
1 tablespoon of lemon juice
A bit of yogurt
8 wooden skewers
Thread the mandarins, apple, and grape pieces on the wooden skewers.
Using a brush, lightly brush the lemon juice on the fruit.
Serve with the yogurt.
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Helga said...

Good job on involving your kids in your work outs and thanks for the recipes!! Good luck this week :o)

Mama M. said...

I love how you work out with the kiddos, too!! That's what I try to do! Way to go!

Gina said...

Fruit sticks are a really good party idea. I've seen them arranged so they look like a bouquet before. People loved them. I like the idea of serving them with yogurt - even healthier!

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