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  • v CLAYMACT
    Congratulations for being in the spotlight, living a healthier lifestyle! Shine on, Health Star! emoticon
    2210 days ago
  • v SOOKIE
    "To be a great champion you must believe you are the best. If you're not, pretend you are." ~Muhammad Ali

    Team Champions in the Kitchen
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    2211 days ago
  • v CAROL_31649731
    Sharing another little tid-bit I read (in Womans World Magazine):

    Drinking tomato juice is an easy, convenient, inexpensive way to get lycopene, selenium, and Vitamins A & C into your diet. Tomatoes contain many powerful compounds, and the bottled or canned juice, which is made from cooked tomatoes, makes these compounds more readibly absorbed in our bodies. Plus the thickness of the juice is very satisfying & makes you feel full.

    Hint: Champions, if you are doing the Wk #4 Challenge - EAT A RAINBOW, think RED . . . check! emoticon emoticon
    2214 days ago
  • v B-N-ME
    Good job on the scale, slow and STEADY wins the race emoticon
    Keep it going!

    Liz
    2215 days ago
  • v CAROL_31649731
    Little mini-challenge for you: Gain energy from eating some vitamin C-rich foods.

    Over the next few days, concentrate on adding foods rich in vitamin C to your meals or snacks. There are plenty of options, including red or green bell pepper, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, strawberries, kiwi, cantaloupe, and papaya. Or get a liquid dose with a glass of orange, grapefruit, or vegetable juice. A chewable vitamin C is also a viable option (I find this easiest, actually).

    A deficiency in vitamin C may deplete your levels of carnitine (a substance that helps your body burn fat for energy) by as much as 50%. As you'd expect, that can make you feel a lot less energetic! Many of us don't get the C we need, so adding one vitamin C-rich food can help you bring those levels up and keep you going strong throughout the day. emoticon emoticon

    2217 days ago
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