Go for Greek Yogurt if you’re looking for more satisfying protein. You also get less than half the carbs and sugar of regular. If it’s calcium you are after — choose regular. It delivers more calcium by 2 to 1 and you also get twice the potassium.
Purchase a love light in memory of a loved one or in honor of someone special. The lights will be lit during the Holiday season on the large tree located in the main galleria of Sakakawea Medical Center. The names of those honored will also be printed in the local papers. For more information or to obtain a
Love Lights form contact Carrie at 7017487380.
Find health coverage that works for you. Open Enrollment for health insurance coverage for 2019 is here‐ Act Fast! Open enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace continues through December 15, 2018. CCCHC has Certified Application Counselors to assist you with finding quality coverage at a price you can afford. Please call Kara at 7018737788,,,,,114 for more information.
Have you compared plans yet? See if you can lower some costs or find a plan that better suits your needs. Many people do. Even if you like your current plan, check to see if the costs or coverage are changing. There are Senior Health Insurance Counselors in your area. Call Elysa‐ CCCHC Hazen at 7017482256, Julie‐ CCCHC Beulah at 7018734445 or Dena‐ NDSU Extension at 7018735195.
Focus on weight maintenance vs. weight loss during the holidays. Plan on NOT dieting after the New Year, it should be a lifestyle change instead. Be physically active in some way most days of the week. Make sure you don’t skip meals during the day. Take steps to minimize recreational eating. Reduce the fat in your holiday recipes.
Eat Breakfast. Start your morning with a healthy breakfast that includes lean protein, whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Try making a breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, low‐fat cheese, salsa and a whole wheat tortilla or a parfait with low‐fat plain yogurt, fruit and whole grain cereal.