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         FITNESS TIPS FOR 12/19/2001                  


       I meet with many clients throughout the week, and I notice how
a woman who has been training and dieting for a while begins to ask 
when will it be over.  I try and teach my clients not to think of dieting 
as a restriction, or think as training as a "have to", but for them to think 
of them as "it's just the way you live now".

       Proper nutrition is not restrictive, if you choose it not to be.  Only 
you are setting the restrictions, and only you can decide they are not 
restrictions anymore, its just the way you choose to live.
   Exercise, whether using weights, machines or running in a park, doing 
yoga or any other form of "training", should be fun and enjoyable.  If its 
not fun, then why would you stay with it?  Now I don't mean laughing fun, 
but enjoyable, you shouldn't dread it each day.

       Remember you choose to gain the extra weight and live the way you 
used to, but now you choose to live a different way, a healthier way.  
Losing weight and feeling better are just benefits that come along with the 
territory.  So stay with it and remember you choose what you think and 
feel each day, not your trainer or workout partner.

Until Next Week,
Tracy Anderson
Lifestyle Fitness and Nutrition 

Broccoli & Beef Oriental

Microwave Main Dish

4 servings


 3/4 Lb Beef Top Round Steak  
 1 Tbsp Soy Sauce  
 1 Tbsp Vinegar  
 1 Tbsp Molasses  
 1 Clove Garlic, minced 
 1/4 tsp crushed Red Pepper 
 1 Cup thinly sliced carrots 
 6 cups fresh Broccoli Floweret's 
 1 Tbsp Water 


Partially freeze meat. Thinly slice meat across the grain into bite 
size strips. Set aside  In a 2 Qt Casserole, stir together Soy Sauce, 
Vinegar, Molasses, Garlic & Red Pepper. Stir in meat. Cover and 
let stand at room temperature for 10 minutes.  Cook Meat mixture, 
covered, on Med-Hi power for 3 - 5 minutes or till meat is no 
longer pink. Stirring every 2 minutes.  With a slotted spoon, 
remove meat from casserole, set aside, preserving juices in 
casserole.  Add carrots to juices in casserole, cook, covered on 
High for 2 minutes, add broccoli and cook 4 minutes more or till 
vegetables are nearly crisp-tender. Stirring every 2 minutes. 
Stir together corn starch and water mixture; stir into vegetables, 
cook uncovered on high 2 or 3 minutes or until slightly thickened, 
stirring every minute. Stir in meat, cook, covered on high for 1 
minute or till heated thru. 

Nutritional Information:

Calories: 191  
Fat: 5 g  
Protein: 24 g  
Carbohydrates: 14 g  

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