A couple of years ago, a co-worker told me about the Fat Smash Diet book, written by Dr. Ian K. Smith. I looked through her copy, and liked what I learned, so I bought my own copy (it was only $12.95), and decided to give it a try.
The Fat Smash Diet is about smashing the bad habits, and learning the principles of healthy eating, plus physical activity to maintain a healthy life.
This program consists of 4 phases, and there is a list of suggested foods for each phase, as well as a list of foods to avoid during a particular phase. Each phase continues with the same foods from the original list, plus a gradual introduction of additional foods.
Hopefully all of you are already faithful supporters of “living green”, and one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to continue your loyalty throughout 2010 and onwards.
Today I will share a tip with you about cutting down on the numerous pieces of unwanted “junk mail”, which comes to your mail box, and mine, and how to put a stop to that, and at the same time save thousands of trees from being destroyed to produce this wasted paper.
Poinsettias are one of those plants you find in every store during Christmas season, and at the curb shortly after Christmas. It really does not have to be that way, since with proper care you can save your Poinsettia until next December, and admire fresh blooms for Christmas.