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Essential to Weight Loss: Emotional Regulation


Happy New Year! If you put on a few pounds over the holidays, like many of us, you’ll want to read this month’s newsletter for the most important secret behind weight loss. Hint: it’s not merely what you eat, it's why you eat. Read more.

Lots going on at Resilience for Life in 2019:

The Prime-Time Health e-Course begins in late February. It's an online course you access at your leisure from the comfort of your home. Loaded with valuable content including videos, MP3s, interactive quizzes, recipes and more, it's a one-stop shop to improve your unique approach to exercise, stress reduction, nutrition and lifestyle. Check it out!

One-on-One Coaching. I work with a limited number of clients in my private practice of Health & Wellness coaching. If you're ready for positive change in your life and you want to see what it feels like to work privately, sign up for a complimentary consultation.

Live public events in SF and NYC are regularly added to our Events page. See what’s on the calendar right now.

Check out RFL Recommends below, highlighting a terrific new book: Yoga Therapy for Arthritis

Finally, the recipe this month is yummy Garlic Mashed Cauliflower.

Wishing you a healthy and resilient 2019,

Jaymie & the Resilience for Life Team

RFL Recommends: Yoga Therapy for Arthritis
This book offers an holistic approach that encompasses not only the physical aspects of arthritis, but also the emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of well-being. Dr. Moonaz is a respected yoga researcher and yoga therapist. She's also the founder of the Yoga for Arthritis teacher training program in which I serve as a mentor to new teachers. If you or a loved one suffer from arthritis, this book is an invaluable resource.
Available on Amazon

Recipe: Garlic Mashed Cauliflower

Serves 6

I love surprising company with this dish because they can't believe it's not mashed potatoes. Loaded with antioxidants and phytochemicals, this recipe is a winner. Make sure you roast the heart-healthy garlic first (directions below) and let it fully cool before processing.


2 pounds of cauliflower florets
2 heads of roasted garlic*
½ cup of unsweetened plain soy milk
4 tablespoons nutritional yeast
1 tbsp. Truffle oil
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. fresh ground pepper
Directions to roast garlic:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Slice approximately ¼ inch off the top of each head of garlic to expose the cloves. Drizzle with olive oil, and ¼ tsp. salt and ¼ pepper. Seal garlic tightly in foil and roast in oven for 45 minutes. Let garlic cool. Squeeze out cloves to process with cauliflower.

Directions for the mash:

Steam cauliflower for 12 minutes, until soft.
Add all ingredients into a food processor and blend until desired consistency.
Taste and add more salt or pepper, to taste.
Re-heat before serving.


A Lifelong Student

I’m a firm believer in the concept of lifelong learning. It’s one of the reasons why I consistently seek new opportunities to learn and grow. As a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC), Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT), and Licensed HeartMath provider, I specialize in virtual coaching for individuals and groups seeking sustainable change that promotes optimal aging and mind/body coherence. Click here to learn more about coaching with me and upcoming programs.  
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