We’ve all been there before; you go on a diet or you start an exercise program and then it happens…you lose your motivation. This usually happens when your weight hits a plateau. You may start getting the mindset that what you’re doing isn’t working any longer because the numbers on the scale aren’t going down as much as they were earlier in your program. You need to be re-motivated so you don’t gain back the weight you lost.
And that, my dear, is where Nashville Healthnote comes in. If you visit their website regularly to aid with your weight loss journey motivation, you are probably looking at the same information and the same photos week after week and may not be getting quite as much out of it. Well just as people need to be be motivated to reinvent themselves, websites do too. So coming soon will be a completely renovated Nashville Healthnote website.
You will still find it at www.tnhealthnote.com, but what you will find will be a new format full of new Before and After photos and new information that is sure to get you motivated again. The new site will have you pumped up to get back on your weight loss program. Who knows, maybe Nashville Healthnote’s new site will have some healthy recipes for you to try too. Actually, I made one of their weight loss program approved recipes the other night, using items from their approved food list, and the entire family loved it. Even the kiddos, who had no idea they were eating healthy, loved it, because it tasted AWESOME. Here it is…
1.5 – 2 lbs grass fed chuck roast1 yellow onion, thinly sliced
1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced1 yellow bell pepper, thinly sliced
1 (6 oz) can tomato sauce1 (14 oz) can diced tomatoes
3 T capers, drained1 T cumin
1 T dried thyme1 T dried oregano
4 garlic cloves, peeled1 bay leaf
salt and pepper, to taste
Put onions and peppers on bottom of crockpot. Place chuck roast on top of them and cut 4 deep slices into it. Push the garlic cloves into the slices you made. Add spices, salt and pepper. Then add your tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, capers, and bay leaf to the crockpot. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 5-7 hours. Shred the meat and then enjoy. I served it over quinoa and it rocked!
Okay, so there’s your idea for dinner. (I don’t know about you, but I always love dinner ideas and trying new recipes.) Don’t forget to take your optimals (vitamins and minerals) and put the weight loss drops under your tongue ten minutes before dining to achieve your goal faster. Taking those drops will enhance your weight loss efforts; some people lose up to 20 pounds per month on Nashville Healthnote’s program. You too can see results like that.
Remember to Check Back Often to Get Motivated by the New Website