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Jane Fonda: Healthy Snacks & Nutritious Recipes- Primetime Health

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Published on Sep 16, 2012

Jane Fonda: Healthy Snacks & Nutritious Recipes from The "Primetime Health Show" is an exclusive look at the importance of choosing the right snacks to stabilize the blood sugar and curb the appetite. Hollywood Icon and Fitness Guru, Jane Fonda shares a few of her favorite low calorie treats that can tide you over between meals to help to avoid slumps and fill you up without weighing you down. Learn how Jane has stayed healthy and remained looking her best throughout the years by starting every day with a nutritious breakfast and eating small meals with healthy, low fat, protein-packed snacks in between to keep her energy up and avoid mind and body breakdowns. Try some of these effective nutrition tips at home from Jane's new "Prime Time Health" Series to slim that waistline and feel your best. Be sure to check out Jane's secret green drink recipe for a refreshing way to get all of your green vegetables and nutrients. Tune in Monday's for all new episodes. For more effective health tips and nutrition advice from Jane, click here: http://bit.ly/KSlS8n




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