1 Nutritional Supplement
1 serving Extra Lean Ground Turkey
1/4 tsp. of Onion Powder
1/4 tsp. minced Garlic
1 cup raw, chopped Broccoli
1 cup raw, chopped Cauliflower
1/2 cup raw, diced Carrots
1/4 tsp. dried Oregano
1/4 tsp. dried Basil
1/4 tsp. Pepper
1 MWLC Chicken Bouillon Soup
In a large pan, cook serving of extra lean ground turkey. Steam carrots, cauliflower, and broccoli for about 5 minutes in the microwave. Add all other ingredients to the extra lean ground turkey. Then combine your turkey mixture into the glass bowl with vegetables and stir. Follow directions on your chicken bouillon packet, once it is cooked add soup to meat and vegetables in the glass bowl. Lastly, add a couple ounces of extra water if necessary.
Suitable for Fast Track Patients
1 portion Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast
1 cup Kale, stems removed and thinly sliced
½ medium Sweet Potato, peeled and chopped into 1-inch pieces
1 packet MWLC Chicken Bouillon Fulfill Fiber
1 tsp. Italian Seasoning
Place all the ingredients in a 6-quart slow cooker, stirring to combine. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or low for 6, or until the sweet potatoes are tender and the chicken is cooked through and very tender. Remove the chicken and shred with two forks. Return to the slow cooker and stir to combine.
1 serving Chicken Breast
1 serving Zucchini, thinly sliced
1 serving Skim Milk
1 serving Couscous
1 Cream of Chicken Supplement
1/2 serving Yellow Onion, thinly sliced
1/4 cup freshly ground Basil Leaves
2 tsp. Curry Powder
Dash of Cinnamon
Fresh Ground Pepper to taste
Rinse chicken. Cut into 1-inch pieces and place into bowl. Sprinkle with the curry and cinnamon, toss and set aside. Heat a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Add the onion and zucchini and cook until softened, 3-5 minutes. Transfer to a plate. Add the chicken and cook until browned on all sides, about 5 minutes total. Add the supplement, milk and pepper. Bring to a gentle simmer. Return the onion and zucchini to the skillet and heat until the chicken is cooked through, 5-7 minutes. Take prepared couscous and place into a bowl. Top with the curry chicken and sprinkle with basil.
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Did you know that Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network members can receive discounted rates for joining Medical Weight Loss Clinic through the Blue Cross and Blue Care Network member discount program, Blue365?
Medical Weight Loss Clinic became a discount partner with BCBSM in September of 2015. Since then, MWLC has had 3,536 BCBSM/BCN members take advantage of our discount and these members have lost 95,009 pounds! That’s an average of 26 pounds per member.
This is big news at MWLC! Why? Because we are not only helping our patients lose weight, we are improving their health right along with it!
How can you get in on the savings and the same great results?
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As of January 2016, Medical Weight Loss Clinic has helped 661 HAP members lose 19,428 pounds! That’s an average of 29 pounds lost per member!
HAP employees and members can receive discounted rates for joining Medical Weight Loss Clinic. Receive an additional 16% off ALL program services at MWLC, in additional to all advertised percentage discounts. Present proof of employment at time of consultation. This HAP discount offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount, some restrictions may apply.
FSA/HSA reimbursement assistance is available.
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Many people tend to feel a little down during the colder winter months, but if you feel true depression around this time of year every year, you may have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This is more than just “winter blues”. SAD can leave you feeling irritable, losing interest in usual activities, making unhealthy eating choices and sleeping more but still feeling lethargic. Left untreated, SAD can lead to other mental health disorders. If you are feeling a little blue or suffering from Seasonal Affected Disorder, try these tips to boost your spirits.
- Plants– Bring the outdoors inside with some potted plants to liven up your home or office with a splash of color. Studies have shown that plants can reduce feelings of anxiety and blood pressure while increasing attentiveness and productivity.
- Aromatherapy– Essential oils can be used for a variety of natural healing capabilities from calming anxiety to lifting your mood and helping you sleep. Add a couple drops of lavender or roman chamomile essential oil to your bath, pillow, pulse points or essential oil diffuser for a positive effect.
- Exercise– While working out has many benefits, one of the best is that it reduces stress and can improve blood pressure. Working out consistently can also leave you feeling more energetic during the day and improve the quality of your sleep. Exercising also releases endorphins, a mood booster made by our bodies.
- Make a schedule– Create a routine for yourself and stick to it. It may be tempting to stay in bed later as the mornings get darker, but by getting up at a regular time you’ll keep your circadian rhythm on track so you’re tired at night and alert in the morning.
- Take a vacation– If you don’t have the luxury to get away to a warm, sunny place, plan a day trip or a staycation. Take a vacation from the week with a mental health day to reduce stress and rejuvenate.
- Get your Vitamin D– In the winter you are likely to experience a vitamin D deficiency, as you are spending less time in the sun. Studies show that SAD is linked to the drop in vitamin D, affecting the serotonin levels. Resupply your vitamin D with supplements or take a walk during your lunch break. If you’re unable to get outside, consider a light therapy box, to activate the brain and help restore your circadian rhythm.
- Start a journal– Writing down your thoughts and feelings is a good way to solve problems and cope with stressful situations. Try writing down events from the day and reflect on them.
- Stick to a healthy diet– When you’re feeling down, you likely gravitate towards eating more refined carbohydrates—they boost levels of serotonin, which makes you feel happy. But while they make you feel good, they’re high in calories and often have little nutritional value. Trade pasta and pizza for leafy greens or fish which can help ease depression symptoms.
If you feel your symptoms are not improving or getting worse, see your primary care physician to discuss further treatment options. Reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline online or call 1-800-273-8255 if you being to experience suicidal thoughts.