Monmouth County's Ask the Doctor Winter 2021
T H E H E A L T H Y P A L A T E
Q: Why does it take 40 days to make a change? A: If you are looking to start a new lifestyle that includes healthy and satisfy- ing meals in your home, all it takes is 40 days to change your life and body and achieve successful, long lasting change and transformation. I can help you set goals to lose weight and eat healthy by learning how to lose the fear of cooking. If cooking is not for you, I can do the cooking and shopping for you too. In 40 days, we will work together to make your health a priority so your goals are met. The 40 day success program includes: Once a week nutrition consultation coaching, Once a week local market, grocery store visits, Pantry cleaning and organizing, Weekly Meal Planning, Weekly Cooking Classes and full support from me. Once you learn how to cook and eat healthy, your new habits and routine will become an easy and enjoyable lifestyle that will allow you to stay focused and keep complete control over what goes into your body. As your personal nu- tritionist and chef, I will hold you accountable and be there for you for support. Please visit my website and blog or call me for information.
MARITA LYNN INTEGRATIVE NUTRITION HEALTH COACH AND CHEF "I will teach you how to heal your body, mind and spirit. Everything starts with you, not just a diet."
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Get to Know Your Banana A banana has been chemically ripened if it is brown spotted with a green stalk. If the stalk is black, the banana is naturally ripened. Bananas turn black in the refrigera- tor mainly because of the chemical reactions in their peel. Bananas can be stored in the refrigerator for few days. Despite the peel of banana becoming dark, its content will remain firm and delicious. Coating the banana with or- ganic wax to prevent contact with the oxygen of the air can also slow down the blackening of the skin. Another solution is to peel the bananas beforehand, put them in a sealed freezer bag and then store them in the fridge. Coating them with little bit of fresh lemon juice can help to reduce its darkening process even more.
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