I know the new year is a time when we set many health and diet goals and I think that is a wonderful thing to do. Today, I am going to share with you one of my favorite Lasagna recipes. It is a recipe that I have made many times and I like it because you don’t use as many lasagna noodles in the recipe and that helps Mr. D with his diabetic challenges. I try to find the whole wheat lasagna noodles and that seems to help even more. This recipe is also a time saver for us because I can divide it up in portions and freeze it for later.
As you can see, this recipe came from the goodeatinggoodliving.com website and unfortunately, it no longer exists.
Believe it or not, at the age of 67, I still have goals and I do believe the most important one for me is to keep moving. In the fall, I injured a muscle and I was not able to go to the gym for a long period of time. I really missed it and I saw the consequences of not going. My body began to have all kinds of aches and pains, my blood work wasn’t as good as it was the previous year and I can honestly say I missed the “me” time of working out.
Every thing I ever read about aging includes exercise. As Mr. D and I have worked out at a gym two to three times a week consistently for several years, I do believe that having a “gym” for a friend does improve your health and relieves stress. If you don’t live near a gym and just walk through you town or neighborhood, I think it is a healthy option. So if you are wondering what my health goals are for the year, it would be to continue to move and work out and go to the gym. I also plan to eat more fresh vegetables, fruits and one bite instead of two bites of those wonderful Southern dishes. Diet is a four letter word for me!
I would love to hear your comments on how you plan to keep moving this year. Thanks for stopping by.