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*Mazel Tov to Beth and Kevin on the birth of their handsome son, Braden James!!! Braden and Beth are proof that pre-natal exercise helps to reduce complications during pregnancy and delivery and helps to reduce labor time.

*Happiest of Birthdays to Michael H., Chris V., Betty S. and Maureen R.!!!

*Happy 44th Anniversary to Susan and Peter G.!

-If you feel as if you are always hungry, re-examine those hunger pangs. Are you hungry or just experiencing a desire to eat? Often times boredom or thirst cause you to think you want food. Next time you feel the desire to eat (unless it is around the time you normally would have a meal), have a large glass of water or seltzer with lemon and wait 10 minutes. During those 10 minutes, engage your mind on something other than food. If your stomach still feels empty, then you are truly hungry.
-Don't deny yourself your favorite foods. Learn how to indulge in a healthy manner. Buy portion-control treats. For example, if you love cookies, buy a package of bite-sized cookies. Take 2, put them on a plate and enjoy. You must exercise self-control, however.

*Speaking of desserts...

Mixed Berry Terrine

Yield: 10 servings

*1/3 cup cold water
*2 packets unflavored gelatin
*2 cups orange or grapefruit juice
*1/4 cup sugar
*segments from 2 navel oranges
*segments from 1 pink grapefruit
*3 cups mixed berries

1) Pour cold water in a large bowl, add gelatin; stir to combine. Meanwhile, bring juice and sugar to a boil.
2) Pour some of the juice over the gelatin, stir to dissolve; add remaining juice.
3) Chill 2 hours, stirring occasionally, until slightly thick.
4) Stir the fruit into the lightly thickened juice and pour everything into a 9x5" loaf pan. Chill 4 hours or more. To unmold, dip the pan into hot water for a few seconds, then run a knife around the terrine's edges.

Nutrition Information:
Calories per serving: 87
Carbohydrate: 21 grams
Protein: 2 grams
Fat: 0 grams

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