New Year, New You Review and Closing

New Year, New You Review and Closing

New Year, New You Review and Closing Presented by: Bailey Martin Topics Discussed Health Screening and Numbers Cholesterol (HDL and LDL), Triglycerides, Blood Sugar, A1C Physical Therapy Staff presents exercising ideas Macronutrients Protein, Carbohydrates, Fats

Mindful Eating with Jay David Inflammation and Sugar Addiction Guest Speaker Kim Knudsen shared about her health journey Any questions about those topics? Todays Agenda: 1. Metabolism 2. Smart swaps when cooking

3. Discussion for success through this program and areas of improvement Metabolism what is it? According to MayoClinic: The process by which your body converts what you eat or drink into energy 4 Factors that affect metabolism

Basal metabolic Rate Age, Sex, Height Genetic Makeup Improve the muscle to fat ratio on your body The hormone insulin We want your body to be insulin sensitive Getting healthy bacteria in the digestion system Natural thermogenesis of certain foods Smart swaps Cauliflower pizza crust 1 head of cauliflower, 1 egg, 1/2 cup of cheese, Spices of

choice Spaghetti squash for pasta 1. Chop the squash in half 1. Steam cauliflower for 5 minutes 2. With a spoon, scrape the seeds and middle out 2. Chop cauliflower finely in a food processor

3. In a glass pan, put 1" of water and place the squash cut- side down 3. Squeeze out excess water with cheesecloth or towel 4. Bake on 400 Fahrenheit for 35-50 minutes 5. Par-bake at 350 F for 10 minutes 6. Place toppings on and bake at 350 F for 15-20 minutes

Cauliflower rice 1. chop up in food processor or by hand 2. Throw it in a pan and cook it with spices 4. Combine with the other ingredients Plain, Greek Yogurt Instead of mayonnaise in chicken salad Instead of sour cream in recipes and as a topping Quinoa instead of white rice

Twice the amount of protein Your Time to Shine! What did you feel like you took from this class? Anything I can further help with? Suggested improvements or topics to continue with this class

Thank you for being a part of the New Year, New You Program!

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