Lateral Raise

Later Raise- A great shoulder exercise!

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WARM the FREAK UP!!
Jan06

WARM the FREAK UP!!

This is a GREAT recipe for WHAT IS GOING ON WITH THE WEATHER!!  Warm the FREAK UP with this deeeellicious home made soup  recipe and the BONUS is that is FUUUULLLLL of AWESOME nutrients that will help your immune system fight off any gross flu or cold that you may be subjected to at the moment. Besides, it sounds like you may have nothin’ but time on your hands if your car won’t start because IT’S FROZEN and the...

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Overhead Tricep Extensions; Just Do It!

Elbows by your ears, I say!!

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Squats; Buns Buster, Fanny Firmer, Leg Leaner!

Squats; Keep your fanny all the way back! Do 30, do 10, do 2, do whatever you can!

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Thanksgiving; Picking Your Indulgences Part One
Nov18

Thanksgiving; Picking Your Indulgences Part One

Cranberry Sauce **Good Idea: Make this the night before Thanksgiving. So it will be nice and chilled. 1 (12oz.) package of fresh cranberries 2 medium pears –RIPE! You may have to buy them the week before! 1 C. sugar ¾ C. water 1-2 t. ginger ¼ t. cinnamon 1/8 t. salt In a large pan, combine all the ingredients. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally until berries pop about 15-20 minutes. Transfer to a small bowl and refrigerate....

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Kathy Cooper’s Healthy Kitchen; Healthy, Fast & Delicious- Episode #2
Sep23
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Kathy Cooper’s Healthy Kitchen: Healthy, Fast & Delicious Part.1
Sep10

Kathy Cooper’s Healthy Kitchen: Healthy, Fast & Delicious Part.1

Access Tucson Presents: Kathy Cooper’s Healthy Kitchen: Healthy, Fast & Delicious Part.1

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Sweet and Spicy Chicken Thighs
Jun01

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Thighs

  Sweet and Spicy Grilled Chicken Thighs ½ C. rice vinegar 5T. honey 1/3 C. soy sauce 2T. Sesame oil ¼- ½ t. red pepper flakes 3T. minced garlic Salt 10 boneless chicken thighs Whisk the vinegar, honey, soy sauce, toasted sesame oil, red pepper and garlic, and salt in a bowl until smooth. Place the chicken thighs into a large plastic zipper bag. Pour 1C. of the marinade over  the top of the thighs. Squeeze all the air out of the...

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Roasting Garlic
Jun01

Roasting Garlic

Roasted garlic is AMAZING!!  And it is SUPER simple! Cut the tops off, drizzle with olive oil, wrap in tin foil, roast in preheated 400 degree oven for an hour, let it cook and squeeze cloves out! It is spreadable and so versatile; you can make so many sauces!  My all time favorite is spreading it on warm french bread with Brie cheese….SOOOOO good!!...

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Colonel Sanders Isn’t the Only One……
Apr12

Colonel Sanders Isn’t the Only One……

Colonel Sanders Isn’t the Only One……  Grilled- Always a delicious!!! The key here is: DON’T OVERCOOK AND SEAL IT IN A CONTAINER AS SOON AS YOU TAKE IT OFF THE GRILL!! Spray grill with cooking spray. Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper. When the grill is ready put the chicken on the grill and put on the lid. Turn the chicken for the first time at about 5 minutes Turn it every two minutes. Chicken is done when the center is no...

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Use Your Melon, Eat Like Popeye!
Mar16

Use Your Melon, Eat Like Popeye!

Spring Fruits & Veggies-What’s in Season….. Fruit Honeydew Melon, Oranges, Pineapple, Strawberries, Apricots, Lime, Mango’s Veggies Asparagus, Corn, Green beans, Pea pods, Broccoli, Artichokes, Collard Greens, Pea Pods, Snow Peas, Spinach Look in The Scoop …Shopping Tips  for tips on selecting your produce!...

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Cauli-Yummy, Not Yucky!
Mar01

Cauli-Yummy, Not Yucky!

Cauliflower Soup Ingredients 3 T. olive oil 2 medium or 3 small leeks, white part only (rinsed well and minced) 1 shallot (minced) 1 head cauliflower (roughly chopped) 4 cups vegetable or chicken broth / stock 2-3 bay leaves Salt and pepper to taste Add olive oil to large heavy pot over medium-high heat, add leeks and shallot, cook until soft but do not brown. Once leeks and shallots are softened, add roughly chopped cauliflower. Add...

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The Poop-Scoop on Gluten Intolerances and Allergies

A little clip on the difference between food intolerances and  food allergies….. most specifically, gluten. Brown rice and potatoes; mashed, smashed, baked and  boiled are a great substitute for pasta.   Food intolerance may cause some of the same symptoms as a food allergy, so people often confuse the two. Food Allergy– causes an immune system reaction that affects numerous organs in the body. It can cause a variety...

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Farm & Fowl; Breakfast for a Week & Sweet Potato Cinnamon Snack

Egg Whites and Chicken for an Awesome Breakfast Ingredients: 25 Eggs (5 eggs for 5 five days) Cooking Spray Salt & Pepper 4-5 Chicken breasts Spray a large skillet with cooking spray Crack each egg and separate the whites into a large bowl, throw out the yolks. (25 eggs takes me about 10 minutes) Pour the egg whites into the skillet (do not preheat the skillet). Season with sea salt and pepper. Turn the heat on medium. Put a lid...

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Green, Fresh & Tasty!!

Ok, who really likes Kale? I’m going with NO ONE!! But wait!! Here are a few suggestions on how to turn typically bland and boring, but nutrient dense,  dark green veggies into a good tasting side dish or main meal!! Or at least mask the flavor…

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Summer Fruit’s-What’s in Season

Fruit   How to Choose   Shelf Life   Apricots Plump, firm and uniformly colored Room temp until ripe, in fridge 3-5 days. Blackberries Shiny, not bruised or leaky Do not wash until ready to eat.  Store in fridge 3-6 days. Blueberries Firm, plump dry, dusty blue in color, uniform in size. Refrigerate 10-14 days Cantaloupe Choose fragrant, symmetrical melons.  Heavy for size with no visible bruises. Yellow or cream...

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