Changes Your Body
Whey Protein to
Help Control Blood
Pilates and Back Pain
Recipe of the Month
How to Contribute
I've just arrived back home from a wonderful time in
San Diego. I just love it there! Right on the
waterfront and shopping just steps away! It's
so hard to believe that Fall is just around the
We've got lots of new classes in store for you this
season. If you're an early riser and feel like
taking in a Power Yoga class or Pilates
class, we're offer them at Britannia Community
Center at 6:30am - 7:30am.
Also new is Aqua Yoga being offer at
Greentree Village on Wednesday nights. You'll
get to start your practice poolside, then jump into
the water and use water resistance to help you
balance and strengthen your muscles.
Afterward, you can spend a few minutes in a relaxing
sauna! You also have the choice to combine
this with our Specialty Pack (offered
exclusively at Greentree) and get the Tuesday night
Hatha Yoga classes included too. What a
At Champlain Heights we've got another set of
Yoga Dance, Yoga for Weight Loss and
Love Your Body Yoga being offered. There
seems to be great interest in all three!
Be sure to check our website at
www.intoyoga.ca for other classes like Yoga
for the Older Adult, which often is full,
Pilates, Prenatal Yoga, Meditation,
Baby Sign Language, and a whole lot more.
We hope to see you in September. Remember to
register for classes early to avoid disappointment.
You'll find all our classes at
Enjoy this month's newsletter!
How Yoga Changes Your Body the
Day You Begin
The Eastern practice of
yoga has become a modern-day symbol of peace,
serenity and well-being in the West. More than 20
million Americans practice yoga,
according to the 2012 Yoga in America study,
with practitioners spending more than $10 billion a
year on yoga-related products and classes.
practice is frequently touted for its ability to
reduce stress and boost well-being, but it also
offers wide-ranging physical health benefits that
rival other forms of exercise. While the
scientific research on yoga's health benefits is
still young, here's what we know so far about its
potential effects on the body. To continue
Could Whey Protein Before or
With Meals Help Control Blood Sugar?
One of the keys to a healthier, longer life is
sustaining healthy blood sugar. Managing blood sugar
is different for every person, but it doesn’t have
to be difficult—in some cases, it can be as simple
as consuming whey protein before or with each meal.
The reason may be because whey protein stimulates
the production of hormones in the gut that help to
improve the efficiency of insulin needed to lower
blood glucose, according to recent research
published in the journal Diabetologia.
In the crossover trial, 15 subjects with type 2
diabetes consumed 50 grams of whey protein mixed
with water 30 minutes prior to meals on one day and
used a placebo drink prior to their meal another day
(1). The meal consisted of foods known to cause the
most dramatic spikes in blood sugar—high-glycemic
foods—such as white bread and jelly.
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Pilates and Back Pain
Pilates exercises are commonplace at physical
therapy centers, chiropractors are recommending
Pilates, and "My back used to hurt all the time and
now I don't feel it anymore" is a phrase we hear a
lot from people who do Pilates consistently. So what
is it about Pilates that works so well for back pain
to continue reading.
What makes Pilates so effective is that it addresses
the underlying structural imbalances in the body
that lead to back pain. Issues like lack of core
support, pelvic instability, muscular imbalances,
poor posture, and lack of body awareness all effect
back health. They are also issues that the Pilates
method specializes in helping people improve.
Baby's First 12 Months
Ever wonder if your baby is in the "norm" or even
what to expect at certain ages. Here's a great
website that will take you from 0 - 12 months and
help give you the confidence to relax and know
everything is alright. Check it out
View Original Recipe
Fresh peaches, lightly cooked with a bit of sugar
and fresh, spicy ginger, play double duty. Pulse the
frozen cubes in the food processor with a splash of
Prosecco and you have a light, flaky sorbet. Thaw
the cubes, omit the prosecco, and use the mixture as
a topper for ice cream or angel food cake.
6 very ripe medium peaches (3
¼ cup sugar
4 ¼-inch-thick coins fresh
2 Tbs. lemon juice
2 tsp. grated lemon zest
6 Tbs. Prosecco or white wine
1. Score X on bottom of each peach. Place in
bowl, and cover with boiling water. Let stand 10
minutes. Drain, and rinse under cold water.
Remove skins and pits, and chop.
2. Bring peaches, sugar, ginger, lemon juice,
and lemon zest to a boil in saucepan. Reduce
heat to medium-low, and simmer 5 minutes, or
until peaches are soft.
3. Remove ginger, transfer peach mixture to food
processor, and blend until smooth. Cool.
4. Pour cooled sauce into 6 1/2-cup silicone
molds or muffin pan cups. Press plastic wrap
over surface of molds to seal out air. Freeze 4
hours, or until completely solid, then transfer
to freezer bag to store.
5. To make sorbet: Pulse frozen cubes and
Prosecco in food processor until smooth.
Transfer to freezer-safe container, and freeze
until ready to serve.
Nutritional Information: Per half cup serving
Protein: 2 g
Total Fat: <1 g
Saturated Fat: <1 g
Carbohydrates: 28 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: <1 mg
Fiber: 3 g
Sugar: 25 g