• Season's Eatings

    Don't wait for a new year to fend off extra pounds
  • It's that time of year again when visions of sugar plums are dancing in your head and landing on your kitchen table, along with a plethora of other assorted holiday treats. How can you possibly resist all these delicious dishes and pastries — and not gain weight — this time of year? Have a plan.
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    • Fitness Gift List
      Here are some reasonably priced fitness gifts that will fit under the tree:

      Band kit
      Foam roller
      Dumbbells
      Wobble board
      TRX Suspension Trainer




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      Fitness Gift List
      Here are some reasonably priced fitness gifts that will fit under the tree:

      Band kit

      Foam roller

      Dumbbells

      Wobble board

      TRX Suspension Trainer





      Nutrition Tip

      Control your portions and follow the 80-20 rule: 80 percent of the time you eat nutrient-dense whole foods and 20 percent of the time you splurge.

      Kellie Hill, The Right Plan Nutrition Counseling in Medford

      Meet the 30-Day Challenge Experts

      Steve Thomas and Kellie Hill will each pair up with a volunteer selected from submissions from Oregon Healthy Living readers. Look for more details about the specific goals each team will work on as their 30-day challenge in our January issue.
  • It's that time of year again when visions of sugar plums are dancing in your head and landing on your kitchen table, along with a plethora of other assorted holiday treats. How can you possibly resist all these delicious dishes and pastries — and not gain weight — this time of year? Have a plan.
    The 80-20 rule
    Kellie Hill of The Right Plan Nutrition Counseling in Medford believes the starting point for keeping weight off during the holidays is portion control. "Truly, portion control is going to be the biggest piece," she says.
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