Monday, September 14, 2009

4 Cheaper Ways To Stay Healthy

Hi Everyone!!!

Hope you had a good labor day.

A lot of News..First, giving you a heads up that tomorrow starts our Back To School Sale:

The Boot Camp Challenge is COMING!Everyone will be able to participate and we will have ALL kinds of PrizesNEXT... The Fitness Weekend Retreat is in the works.. Join us in South Florida for a Weekend of Workouts, Boot Camps, Fat Free Cooking Classes, Massages, Lectures and more..

To Your Health,
Rafael Moret

South Florida's PremierHealth & Fitness Expert
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Staying Healthy, on the cheap
The one thing no one has enough of is money. So I'm going to show you how to have more, while still being able to stay fit and healthy...

Grow Your Own - Growing your own vegetables is a great way to save on organic food from the store, which is usually quite expensive. Having your own mini-farm; in your yard is also fun and a great way to burn calories too.

Don't Eat Out So Often - You'll be amazed at how much you can save by not eating out as often. I know you probably like to eat out, but fact is you can have same food, drink and company for a tenth of the price simply by staying in - so what are you really missing out on?

Set-up a Home Gym - You can get as good as new gym equipment from places like and for no cost. People just want to get rid of their exercise bike (or whatever) fast. A little hunting can save you lots.

Join a Fitness Boot Camp - A fraction of the cost of personal training with the motivation and accountability. Perfect if you know you're just not going to use that home gym, even if it was a freebie.
Now, how many other personal trainers do you know that are going to show you ways to get healthy without super expensive personal training?
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Quote Corner
"Men do less than they ought, unless they do all they can." - Thomas Carlyle
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Eat Yourself Thin
Pasta Chicken(Serves Two)
2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts1/2 can condensed cream of mushroom soup1 cup and 2 tablespoons water1/2 package frozen mixed vegetables, thawed1 cup rotini pasta
1. In a skillet, brown the chicken in oil over medium low heat until cooked through.
2. Remove chicken from skillet and set aside. Add the soup, water and vegetables. Heat to a boil.
3. Add uncooked pasta to soup mixture in skillet (the pasta cooks right in the soup!). Stir all together and cook over medium heat for 10 minutes, stirring often.
4. Add cooked chicken and cook another 5 minutes or until pasta is done, stirring often.
5. Serve.
Prep: 15minsCook: 15minsReady: 10mins
Amount Per Serving - Calories: 368 / Total Fat: 7.2g / Cholesterol: 68mg / Sodium: 627mg / Total Carbs: 40.8g / Dietary Fiber: 5.5g / Protein 36g
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