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Joey L. Dowdy’s “A SNACK ATTACK!”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 7, 2015 by JJgroove01

Combat Your Hunger Head On! Reach Your Slim/Trim Fitness Goal! Know that you can’t Spring into SHAPE by starving yourself. Why not? Starvation slows down your metabolism which could prevent you from dropping any unwanted pounds. So in order to prevent that from happening you must plan a “Snack Attack.” What’s a “Snack Attack?” It’s getting a groove on by taking the time to fuel your body with good nutritious healthy eats every four or five hours. What will that do? It will boost your metabolism, and help you to get closer to reaching your slim/trim fitness goal. How does it work? Like this! MAKE HEALTHY SNACK CHOICES You should keep a stash of healthy snacks on hand such as nuts (almonds, walnuts, pistachios etc.) dried or whole fruit, carrot or celery sticks, dried snap peas, whole grain crackers, or low fat cheese squares etc. Know that “Snack Attack” foods like these have great nutritional value, as well as the ability to replenish and or refuel your body when hunger pains strike. Here’s another important factor: Nearly all these items are durable enough to be kept in your car, desk drawer, or back pack. Now, here’s what else you should do. Always keep a bottle of water handy. Listen to your body; when you hear “I’m thirsty”, know that it’s not craving a sugary/calorie filled soda. Instead, what it really desires is a nice cool drink or water. It’s the best way to quench your thirst, and replenish fluids to your muscles. So don’t wait until it’s too late, get your “Snack Attack” on now! Groove… Drdancer01@aol.com www.youtube.com/worlddancegroove1 www.myspace.com/joeys_world_dance_groove http://www.thumbtack.com/ca/pasadena/personal-trainers/choreographer-instructor-fitness”>Choreographer Instructor Fitness</a>

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Joey L. Dowdy’s “BE THANKFUL!”

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Sharing! Caring! Giving! Living!

“Every Breath You Take Is Divine!”

*Be thankful for each day you awake, because tomorrow is never a promise to anyone it will make.

*Be thankful especially during tough times for just having a job, rather it pays a lot or a little, it’s no time to sob.

*Be thankful for each breath you take, it’s the gift of life controlled by a divine order that makes no mistakes.

*Be thankful for living on this grand place called earth that never stops displaying its beauty, knowledge, or worth.

*Be thankful for those who extend their love to you because it shows they care, so kindly return the favor and let them know you’re there.

Never Take Life For Granted!

“BE THANKFUL!”

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Joey L. Dowdy’s “POP THAT CHERRY!”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 21, 2013 by JJgroove01

Oh So Tasty & Sweet

Yeah, you can’t fool me; I know what you’re thinking. No, this isn’t about that. However, it’s about the wonderful and refreshing benefits you get from eating cherries the fruit.

In fact, did you know cherries are rich in antioxidants and vitamin C in which help to fight against colds and certain diseases? They are also high in fiber and good for your joints (bones), plus delighting yourself by grabbing a handful makes for a deliciously sweet and satisfying treat.

So mate, what are you waiting for, they are currently in season and favorably at their best? I know because I’m eating some right now. Yum! Yum! You can be too, now, here’s what you do. Stop in at your local grocery store get a bag of them, rinse them, then POP THAT CHERRY “in your mouth one by one, or two.

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Joey L. Dowdy’s “BERRY GOOD!”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on June 23, 2013 by JJgroove01

FOR YOU!
Taste & See The Benefits!

Red, Blue, & Black are colors for some of the most popular berries. These bitter sweet summer treats are filled with total delight and amazement. How so might you ask? They have wonderful bodylicious benefits. Such as berries,

 Make a delicious snack

 Pack themselves with nutrients and vitamins

 Richly provide our bodies with flavonoid anthocyanin, which reduces inflammation.

 Promote healthy arteries.

 Lowers the risk of heart attacks through their antioxidant association.

 Blend in wonderfully with a scoop of low fat ice-cream or yogurt for a cool chilling smooth shake. YUM!

 Go great as a breakfast condiment, and can be a flavorful additive to your hot or cold cereal.

 Gives you a great energy boost, just rise off, pop them in your mouth and away you go.

Got It? BERRY GOOD!
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Joey L.Dowdy’s “HEY SUGAR!”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on February 18, 2013 by JJgroove01

Give Me A Kiss!

 Do You Know How Much Sugar You Eat, or Drink?

Do You Know The Effects It Has On Your Body?

NO?

I Thought So, Let’s Talk.

More Soon.

Groove…

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Joey L. Dowdy’s “Fit For the Season!” Top 10 Tips!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 14, 2011 by JJgroove01

“Eat! Drink, & Be Very, “Smart!”

“Make this holiday a reason to say, “Cheers to The Season” by doing your best to prevent tears after the season when you step on a scale.”

Don’t let working so hard to stay in shape for the last six months be a waste by letting a few weeks of gorging glory and holiday fun affect your waste line. You can still Eat, Drink & Be Very Smart about keeping in shape during this festive time. You don’t have to over due it. Just follow my Fit For the Holidays Tips and you’ll find yourself motivated to do your best to fight the battle of the bulge, and to keep yourself physically active, alert, and on track.  So, here you go with Tip 1.

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Joey L. Dowdy’s “EAT THIS!”

Posted in fitness, Get Fit, Groove, inspiration, Physical Activity, Self fulfillment, Self Improvement, Total Health, Wellness, work out with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 11, 2011 by JJgroove01

What should I eat for weight loss? What should I eat for my health? These are two frequent yet important questions people ask me all the time.

Let’s face it, there’s a truck load of information about these topics that seem to change every time we look around. Sure, there’s some really good stuff out there. Some things make good sense and others, well, you know, just seem too darn confusing. For instance most people know why we should eat, it fuels our bodies. However, who has a clue what new diet pill or liquid weight reducing shake to take? Or if any of those things really work? Which I think is doubtful. Okay, I’ll be a bit blunter.

I would personally go as far as to say; now here’s one for the record, “I know diets don’t work.” Why? It’s because if they did, everyone who ever went on one would be skinny. Hey, I thought that one would make you smile! It’s fun to have a truthful sense of humor.

However, don’t you want to know what does work? Well, it’s eating the right foods and often enough. Got it? Good!!!

Okay, now let’s get back to what should I eat? I agree information about healthy eating changes rapidly, and it can be a bit overwhelming trying to keep up with the changes. Yet I believe there is one true fact that never changes. What is it? It’s simplicity.In fact, it’s what I live by and I always suggest to other people who want to make any kind of a life style change. I advise them to just keep it simply.

Here’s why! When you attempt to change things too quickly, it can often be too drastic and overwhelming. Therefore you become influenced with trying to do too much too soon. Which we know never works. Then you’ll end up like most people, frustrated with making little to no progress at all. So, the key is to take it slowly and move one step at time.

What Should You Eat? Eating regimes are truly individual and should be base on foods you enjoy. But before you start your eating plan it’s important to first identify three key elements about food & eating.Here are the three elements. Why You Should Eat! When Should You Eat!& How Much You Should Eat!

Why You Should Eat? Eat when you are hungry and your body needs fuel. Don’t eat simply because you’re bored, stressed, or lonely. Note: Although sometimes it may feel like the taste of a good moist jelly donut or a hot mocha latte’ is your best friend after experiencing the heaviness of a stressful day or trying situation. However, do resist the temptation; “Your Waistline Will Thank You.”

When Should You Eat?
 It’s imperative you start your day with a big breakfast rather than skipping it, and then resorting to eating a big dinner later. Why? Eating a good balanced breakfast gives you energy and rejuvenates your metabolism as well it stimulates your brain. It will get you going after a long night without food by providing your body with the nutrients it needs.
Food For Thought:
It’s like having a Mercedes in your driveway you can polish it up all you want, but if you don’t put any gas in it you’re not going anywhere. Note: Many surveys show that those who usually eat a good nutritious breakfast tend to be slimmer and or weight less than those who don’t.….

How Much Should You Eat!

 It’s important to know there is always an appropriate portion size for anything you eat. It’s good to know your portion sizes then heed to what’s best without over doing. Therefore you should always know that eating smaller portions is the correct way to go.

*Try instead of skipping meals to eat some thing every four to five hours. It’ll keep your metabolism regulated and you’ll less likely feel the urge to binge or overeat later on. Especially if you are among those who tend to not eat all day. That’s why doing this and making it a practice is one of the best ways to not starve (which slows down your metabolism) your body. However, it’ll instead keep you energized and satisfied.

Now here’s,

What Should I Eat? Basic Plan 101 ….

Eat These:

     * Whole grains: oats, whole wheat/grain breads, beans, legumes etc. Fresh fruits: berries, pears, plums, apples, oranges, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries apples etc. ….

  • Vegetables: Go green! Dark green vegetables (particularly provide you with more nutrients that produce power antioxidants) greens, broccoli, spinach, sweet potatoes, beans, zucchini, peppers ect.)….
  • Take a Multi vitamin for balance nutritional needs.
Protein: lean meats (chicken, beef etc.), eggs (in moderation), goat & sheep’s milk product, plain yogurt, preferably organic naturally sweeten etc…..
            Good Fats.
Fish: Mackerel, salmon, trout, herring, sardines, and halibut. Nuts, seeds, and oils, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, avocados and flax seed and cold-pressed unheated oils such as olive oil, canola oil, Sesame seed oil etc. ….
Avoid bad fats like,hydrogenated oils or trans fats, processed meats, corn syrups, saturated fat, sugar, refined carb’s, cakes, candy, pastries, cupcakes, scones, muffins and pies.
·Drink Plenty ofWater
Note: The usual recommendation is about a half gallon a day, or more especially if you are physically active and sweat more. Herbal teas and vegetable juice can count towards your daily intake and stay in the body longer.Caffeinated tea, coffee, alcohol & soda don’t count because they can lead toward dehydrating and nutrient losses. Some foods contain a lot of water; fruit can be 90 to 95 percent water. Vegetables have high content. Cooked whole grain can hold some water as well.….

Groove…

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