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Fresh to Market — Now with Coupons!
We all know that two of the most popular New Year’s resolutions are to get fit and save money. In Fresh to Market, we love to give you tips on how to eat well-balanced meals to maintain a healthy diet. And now more than ever, we know the importance of helping you save money, which is why we’ve introduced coupons to this newsletter!
This week, we invite you to try Think products. thinkThin and thinkGreen bars are all-natural, and they are great tools to help with New Year’s weight-loss resolutions. Print your coupon here to give these tasty bars a try, and check back in coming editions of Fresh to Market to check out all the coupons we have coming up!
Fiber 35 Diet FitSmart Shake
The Fiber 35 Diet FitSmart Shake contains 10 grams of premium acacia fiber and 20 grams of bioactive whey protein in every serving. This shake is also gluten free, with no preservatives and no artificial ingredients.
Slim Fast — Bonus Pack!
Now get eight cans of Slim Fast for the price of six with the Bonus Pack! One Slim Fast Optima shake provides 5 grams of fiber and one-third of the recommended intake for most essential vitamins and minerals, including 50 percent of the daily value for calcium. Slim Fast shakes are available in Rich Chocolate Royal, French Vanilla, Strawberries n’ Cream, and Cappuccino Delight.
$1,000 Nugget Gift Card Drawing
Sure, it might look like the stuff you have to clean out of your lawnmower, but trust us: wheatgrass is exceedingly good for your health, and once you get used to it, it really isn’t so scary to drink. Need more convincing? Here are five surprising facts you may not know about wheatgrass juice:
Ready to try it? Shots of wheatgrass are available at Nugget’s coffee bars — try one next time you stop by!
This just in: Cheese is actually … healthy for you? It seems impossible that something so tasty can also provide many health benefits, but, when eaten in moderation, cheese actually does provide many of the vitamins and minerals our bodies need daily. Cheese helps your body with digestion, and it is also an excellent source of protein and vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, D, E and K – not to mention calcium, phosphorous, sodium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, manganese and copper. Translation: Cheese contains a whole lot of goodness in one delicious food!
If losing weight is one of your New Year’s resolutions, you might be thinking of switching to a light beer to help cut calories. But how “light” are light beers, exactly? Most light beers are diluted with water in order to reduce their alcohol content (and therefore reduce their calorie counts), but this also sometimes comes with a sacrifice in flavor. In general, most light beers have about 35 fewer calories per serving than standard versions. Most people can burn that off with a 10-minute walk. Check out the calorie comparisons above.
Less is More
From Thanksgiving to Super Bowl Sunday, we’re in the season of excess. You may find yourself eating and drinking your way into 2009 between the office parties, family dinners, New Year’s celebrations and football-playoff food fests. This excess may leave you with a few extra, unwanted pounds and a fitness plan that’s a distant memory. But rather than missing the festivities to avoid the excess, enjoy yourself instead with a new motto. This party season, “Less is more.” Here are some ways to start 2009 refreshed.