Learn Baby Steps To Health & Weight Loss

steps to healthOn the Today Show this morning they said take “baby steps to health” but Deb Bixler says, “use compound interest” to improve your health and lose weight!

This video will give you another tip or secret (it’s not really a secret) to living a healthy lifestyle and never having to go on another diet.

Baby Steps To Health

Watch this 16 minute, 49 second video about how to make good food choices, live healthy and NOT diet.

Baby Steps To Health

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Everyone Wants A Healthy Happy Life!

We all really want the same thing in life. Health, happiness and family! These are just a few of the comments I have received over the past week:

  • More Energy!
  • Lose Weight!
  • Healthy Kids!
  • More Time!

Share Your Health Goals

Please put some comments and health goals below.

What is your healthy resolution?
Do you have any comments to add on this healthy lifestyle “secret”?
What baby steps to health will you incorporate into your New Year!?

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    Shared by: Mary:

    Yes, Deb, when I pay attention to what I am eating, my weight loss continues and my energy improves. Your methods have served me well, as long as I stay tuned in! Thank you!

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    That sounds like a great goal, Loretta! I know you will succeed!

    Shared by: Loretta:

    My main health goal is to lose enough weight and to maintain that weight so I can be able to stop taking blood pressure medication. I believe with your program that I will succeed. Thank you so much, Deb!

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    WAhooo!! Good for you Myrna- great talking with you again today!

    Shared by: myrna:

    Looking fwd to shopping/cooking ideas to use foods that are healty yet can taste good too! Step by step i KNOW this will work..

    I want to be able to have the energy and mobility to play with our new granddaughter as she grows! only 3 months old now but won’t be long and she will give me a run for the money!! thanks Deb

    Shared by: Linda Peterson:

    Thanks Deb. I like the idea that it isn’t going to cost an arm and a leg. Being on workers comp. $ is very tight.

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    Thanks for sharing Judy!

    Shared by: Judy Parsons:

    From Josh Hinds today: My mentor, Val Van De Wall
    shared with me that most people think sacrifice is giving up
    something. That’s not true. Sacrifice is merely releasing
    something of a lower nature to make room for something of a
    higher nature.

    Applies well to this lesson today.

    Shared by: Maggie Pimm:


    I like the idea of making choices when it comes to diet and would like to draw the attention that those who feel tired… eating right is of course the first step. So many people do not and I had no idea how hard it was to choose better food before. I always thought it was good food not really thinking so much about what is in it like you said but more about what I wanted was low fat. This is an eye opener.

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    Cool, glad you are liking them MaryJane.

    Shared by: MaryJane Higgins:

    Deb, I’m loving these videos. As a lifetime Weight Watcher member who has to get back to goal, I find your tips and information a great resource and support for the current WW program. I’m looking forward to the 6 week program.

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    Well, Barberry and Paula, getting the family on board is sometimes a challenge… which is one reason why I have the CDs too. Just pop them in the CD player when traveling because you are on a healthy program then who ever is in the car listens too. Also, you know that the main reason people don’t want to eat healthy is they think it does not taste good but we can change that with time because healthy food can taste just as good as garbage foods and it is more about the long term cumulative approach to one small choice each day adding up to big results.

    Shared by: Paula G.:

    I would love to lose 10-15 pounds but the real issue is my husband who really needs to lose weight and I can not get him motivated. More energy is something that I could use for sure.

    Shared by: Barberry Hope:

    I am so concerned with my kids weight. I do not know what to do. They are already overweight and I don’t know how to cook and work at the same time. They love the Mdonalds and I always run our of time.

    Shared by: Deb, The Healthy Chef:

    Thanks, Marianne, Glad that you are enjoying the NY tips. The 6 Week program DOES include a shopping list as well as menu ideas. It is real food choices and really just guidelines as we all have different stores and tastes so we kind of make it work for every taste and hopefully give enough ideas on what to look for so you can find the foods it in your neighborhood stores.

    Shared by: Marianne:

    I love these videos Deb. If you could give me real shopping lists in the programs that would be really helpful. I am always in such a hurry when shopping that I can not take the time to decide what to get and just grab. My NY goal is to do better like you said in small steps and help my daughter to stop gaining weight.

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