Last night we hosted an event called ‘Nutrition on the Run: Mason jar salads’. In just an hour, we demonstrated how to prepare and assemble 4 beautiful and healthy salads that will last in the fridge for up to a week! It was great to spend some time with our clients and friends, sharing new tips and information and also helping them connect and support each other.
Please join us for our next events posted on the calender! 201-636-2143
Our Mason jar salads! Perfectly combined to fit each loser’s diet. Each jar fulfills the macronutrients for one lunch, so making them all at once will save time, money, and keep your diet on track!
From left to right: asian inspired salad with persimmons, Scicilian fennel and arugula salad, Southwestern salad, and the Autumn salad with added fruits!
Some of our awesome Losers & friends! It was so great having everyone together to interact and give support and motivation. In this picture we have some of our newest clients as well as our first client!
Louis & Minerva, the perfect example of a successful weight loss team! Both of these guys have been reducing their medications, making better dietary choices, and also visiting the tailor to take in their clothes!
Our delicious salads, each one is a complete serving for lunch! Filling up on the good stuff will help you lose weight and feel amazing!
LESS THAN 1/3 THIRD OF U.S. MEDICAL SCHOOLS ACTUALLY PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH THE MINIMUM RECOMMENDED 25 HOURS OF NUTRITION INSTRUCTION!!!!!
A report published by the American Academy of Family Physicians announced that a grant was awarded to West Virginia University to teach third year medical students about nutrition, culinary science and exercise. Noting that chronic disease practice guidelines routinely call for lifestyle change and that FEWER THAN ONE IN FOUR PHYSICIANS FEEL ADEQUATELY TRAINED TO COUNSEL PATIENTS about making such changes, a new program, called Medical Curriculum in Health, Exercise, and Food Science, has been introduced in West Virginia to teach medical students about healthy eating.
Doctors are already under a time crunch. In the 5-15 minutes they spend with you in the exam room there is a lot to cover. Even with this training for future physicians it will be hard to get the information, motivation and counseling you need.
That is why Weight Wellness Center, LLC was created. To educate you NOW about all things food and nutrition, one on one, with the culinary element available in our teaching kitchen.
We are ahead of the curve … work with us to meet your weight wellness goals!
Call today to schedule your FREE consultation and Body Composition Analysis!
Salad on a stick
We came across some great ideas for romaine salads from the new issue of Food & Wine magazine.
Take a look at the creative, healthy, and delicious additions!
Heres a better look at the citrus vinaigrette recipe:
And did you know that you can actually grill your lettuce before turning it into a salad?
Thanks to the creative kids of our Food Happens summer camp program,we now have 3 scarecrows watching over the garden! Each scarecrow was dedicated to a generous donation from our Kickstarter fund.
This is ‘Dear’, dedicated in memory of Thomas & Bernadette Hooper
Next is ‘Emily’, who is dedicated in memory of Emily Specchio & the Emily Specchio Foundation
(Daisies were a special addition!)
Huge thanks for all of the support & donations 🙂
Here is an awesome list of 19 foods you can re-grow with your old vegetable scraps!
Simple, fun, and who doesn’t love free produce??
Click here for more
Studies have shown that obese and overweight women that smoke are more likely to be concerned about weight gain after they stop smoking which has a negative effect on their ability to quit as well as the incidence of relapse. Heavy smokers experience a greater weight gain after they stop smoking than lighter smokers, women tend to gain more then men.
You helped your child do well in school, the college acceptance letter arrived in the mail, cap and gown all pressed, pomp and circumstance are playing … HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION TIME IS HERE!
This summer get your son or daughter started on the right track. Sign them up for our “Beat the Freshman 15” Club. Their membership will include weekly visits at WWC this summer and at breaks. During the semester they’ll stay in touch through emails, texts, facetime or skype.
Basic club plan starts at $398 for 6 months and includes a Resting Metabolic Rate test to determine their caloric burn. (A $125 value – our graduation gift to them). Call now to get them started on their bright, healthful future!