New Year’s Weight Loss Resolutions More Successful by Choosing Quality Over Quantity
NEW YORK, Dec. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Nearly 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, and the most popular resolution is losing weight. Not surprisingly, seventy-five percent of those who commit to losing weight won’t make it past the first week, because they have an “all or nothing” approach. “Rather than dwelling on calories, carbs, fats, proteins, restrictions and lists of good and bad foods, people need to focus on improving the quality of their diets,” says Patti Green, New York-based certified holistic health coach.
Casa Noble recognizes the validity of a whole foods diet and eating and drinking foods in season and in their most natural state. In addition to using the purest resources, Casa Noble is proud to bear the USDA Organic Certification symbol as part of their commitment to quality and devotion to an environmentally conscious way of life.
When selecting a cocktail, Green recommends choosing it wisely. “Many people swear off beer, wine and spirits in an effort to lose weight, but it’s human nature to enjoy an occasional cocktail,” she says. Her advice? Opt for the finest quality spirit you can find, sipping it slowly and appreciating the experience.
“The reason Casa Noble is the optimal tequila is because it is premium, sustainable and organic. It is 100% blue agave, triple distilled and needs little enhancement in terms of mixers or other ingredients,” says Green. Margarita mixers and pre-mixed bottled margaritas are packed with fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, preservatives and lots of hidden calories. In a typical four-ounce Margarita made with a mix or pre-made and bottled, there can be up to 327.9 calories and 47.6 grams of carbs. The Casa Noble Skinny Margarita is less than 190 calories.
At Casa Noble, each detail of the production process — from cultivating the blue agave plants to the lengthy aging process — insures the properties and aromas unique to the tequila. For anyone on a diet, enjoying a quality beverage can be a satisfying treat, and this, in turn, can help maintain good eating habits for a lifetime.
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