Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP has counseled thousands of his patients on healthy, sustainable weight loss. Now he's compiled his best tips and recipes into a six-week plan for you to learn how to eat great food that just happens to be great for you - and if losing weight is your goal, you can do that, too.
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Taco Salad is one of the go-to meals in my house. When I don't feel like cooking something new or taking a lot of time to think about what I am cooking, Taco Salad becomes one of the top choices for dinner. I do have endless variations, often depending on what is in the refrigerator.
The chicken can be cooked up to two days ahead and kept in the refrigerator until needed. Try doubling the chicken portion of the recipe - some to use that night and some to keep - so you can have it again later in the week. Quick and Easy Chopped Taco Salad: Photographic Instructions
Taco salad is a complete meal in a bowl, with everything from carbohydrates in the tortilla chips, protein in the chicken and beans, and tons and tons of veggies. This recipe makes two 3-4 cup salads. Satisfying and delicious!
National Health statistics tell us that at least 40% of Americans don't get enough exercise. What about new mothers?
Resuming exercise as soon as appropriate after birth can benefit new moms. Exercise can help a woman recover from birth more quickly and make her more resilient in learning new parenting skills and dealing with night-time feedings. Exercise can help mothers return to a healthy weight in a timely manner. It may even play a role in helping defeat the "baby blues." Exercise for New Moms
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