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Healthy Holiday Guide #covid19

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Nov 23, 2020

Holiday Health

Smart advice from Dr. Aron on enjoying your holidays safely this year.

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Three W’s

Three things to consider to keep your holidays safe this season — the three W’s

  • WEAR a mask
  • WASH your hands
  • WATCH your distance

Wear a mask

Choose a mask with two or more layers, to protect yourself and others from covid-19. Wear it over your nose and under your chin, with the side also snug on your face. You want to limit exposure of air in either direction between you and others.

Avoid touching the mask as well as other parts of your face (eyes, nose, mouth) with your fingers.

If using a reusable mask, you must properly wash it between uses. If disposible, please discard appropriately.

Wash your hands

Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If handwashing not available, use a hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol, and carry with you.

Allow hand sanitizer to dry on your hands, do not wipe it off. You want to allow the alcohol to absorb into your skin.

Watch your distance

Keep at least 6 feet (two arm lengths) away from people who do not live in your household. Even people without symptoms can be infectious.

Likewise be extremely mindful of those at highest risk of illness, for their safety give them space.

Virtual Family

Household members are those in your home consistently taking measures to reduce the spread of covid-19

Celebrating virtually or with members of your own household poses the lowest risk for spread. Your household is anyone who currently lives and shares common spaces in your house or apartment … family members, roommates or people who are unrelated to you.

People who do not currently live in your home, such as college students returning home from school for the holidays, should be considered part of different households.

In-person gatherings that bring together family members or friends from different households pose varying levels of risk.

— U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Holiday Plans

Ho-ho-host

Communicate with guests in advance to manage expectations for your event.

Consider scaling down your gathering, limiting to those within your home and remote video with others if available.

If you must entertain, have a small outdoor meal, and limit duration to minimize exposure. Have people wear masks when not eating, and be seated in household groups 6 feet apart.

If indoors, keep windows open, or central ventilation on, including bathroom fans, to keep air circulating.

⧉ Exposure is cumulative — consider repeated shorter exposures equal to one larger event

Create “new traditions”

Use this experience to create new special memories instead of lamenting loss of old ones.

Consider some new themes:

  • Share virtual meals with others, and share recipes and dishes each have prepared.
  • Prepare meal items to share with others and hand-deliver on their porch or doorstep to avoid mutual exposure.
  • Enjoy holiday parades, sports and movies online. Find group games and activities to play together.
  • Create a gratitude journal or scrapbook for all to share what they are thankful for and other well wishes of good times past, present and future.
  • Virtual shopping and sales are a nice post party perk. Choose contactless options, delivery or curbside pickup.

Wrap it up

Keep the holiday gatherings simple this year

Feel free to branch out to new experiences and appreciate the spirit of the celebration with new traditions

Be mindful of the risks of travel for you or others coming to visit you. Exposure is cumulative — consider repeated shorter exposures equal to one larger event.

Most of all, enjoy yourself and live to celebrate another day.

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Dr Oksana Aron is a bariatric physician &mdash specialist in the field of medical weight loss. Schedule a consultation with her at WeightLossNYC.com if you are seeking to lose weight to improve your health and wellness.

Article does not constitute medical, legal, or other professional advice. Content designed to support, not replace, medical or other treatment.

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Top Tips for Losing Weight (and keeping it off)

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Sep 29, 2020

Top Tips

Dr. Aron has compiled some of her favorite weight loss tips to help you lose weight and maintain a lifetime of healthy habits.

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  1. Written Goals - Remember your 12 reasons? That’s just our way of getting you started. You can and should review and update this list as you see fit. Ask yourself what motivates you, and what results you seek.
  2. Observe Your Habits - Do you dine at the table, or grab and go? How much of your eating is mindless? Take stock of yourself and then reflect on habits you'd like to change.
  3. Water - Drink before meals to fill up, and between meals to steady your appetite. But also water for its own sake, as your body really needs it to manage and maintain itself. Pro tip: your kidneys can only process 1L per hour, so don't overdo it.
  4. Healthy Favorites - List good, nutritious foods you like and plan them into your week -- when shopping, meal planning, or even on the go. Tuck in a salad for lunch or dinner each day. Veggies every meal - Brunch and munch with broccoli or spinach. Make the flavors fun and mix it up!
  5. Fresh Produce vs Juices - Fresh fruits and veggies have lots of fiber to balance out the sugars and complete the nutritional balance. Try to eat minimally processed produce as often as able.
  6. Protein Balance - Ignore fad diets. Just include 4 ounces of quality protein each meal, to aid in satiety and to ensure proper balance for your health.
  7. Fat Friendly - Notice what oils you're cooking with and also the types of fat you're inclined to be eating. Avoid trans fats, minimize saturated fats, and seek out healthy natural oils in your diet.
  8. Fill in Fitness - Mainly, avoid sedentary life, get up and move around, even if its just household chores, or on the go errands. The cumulative effects of regular activity are far better in the long run than bursts of random fitness. That said, find fitness activities you do enjoy, and work them into your daily or weekly routine.
  9. Sleep it off - Truly the easiest and most overlooked weight loss, or even health tip, is to get enough sleep, regularly.
  10. Patience - Give yourself the slack and the time to make these changes, in their own time and in your own way, to ensure a lasting healthy lifestyle. Equally important is to not let others sabotage your weight loss agenda. Find workout or even lunch buddies, who share your goals and will help each other stay on track and motivated.

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Once you’ve focused on making healthy eating changes, then you can start to incorporate exercise, which will make you feel good and help you boost your metabolism.

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Vegetarian Treat

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Jul 17, 2020

Tasty Tofu Marinade

Tofu is vegetarian soy protein.

Tofu is a versatile vegetarian option for those seeking to supplement dietary protein without saturated fats. This baked recipe includes two different marinade types so try each as you wish. You can choose any tofu: firm, extra firm, fresh or frozen/thawed. Preparation time is about 30 minutes plus 30 minutes marination, plus 30 minutes baking time

Ingredients

16 ounces block firm, extra firm, tofu, fresh or frozen/thawed

Asian Marinade

2 T reduced sodium soy sauce

2 T rice vinegar (or balsamic or cider)

1 T honey or brown sugar

1 T vegetable or sesame oil

Lime Marinade

1/3 C Reduced sodium soy sauce

1/3 C lime juice

1 T vegetable or sesame oil

Instructions

  • Prep
    1. Press water out of the tofu (see below)
    2. Cut tofu into desired shape: Triangles, cubes, slices or sticks.
    3. Mix marinade of your choice into a bowl, and add the tofu shapes.
    4. Marinate tofu for at least 30 minutes.
    5. Prepare a baking sheet with foil for baking.
  • Cook
    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
    2. Drain the marinated tofu and place onto the baking sheet.
    3. Bake until tofu is firm and lightly browned, about 30 minutes.
    4. Turn pieces once during baking.
    5. Enjoy!

This low fat, vegetarian dish yields about 2-3 cups. Refrigerate any leftovers within 2 hours.

Nutrition facts: 100 calories per 3 oz, 6 g fat (0 saturated/trans)

How to Press Tofu

Pressing tofu removes excess water to make it more firm and helps marinades to absorb more easily. Soft or silken tofu is too fragile to press well — use those for creamy dishes like smoothies and dips. Frozen tofu will have an open texture with larger, visible holes.

Steps

To press fresh medium to super-firm tofu, apply gentle, steady pressure.

  1. Place tofu between layers of folded paper towels or clean dish towels on a plate.
  2. Cover with another flat plate to help distribute the weight.
  3. Add enough weight to press out liquid without collapsing the tofu. A large can of food would work.
  4. Let the tofu sit for 30 minutes or longer. Replace towels if needed.
  5. Cut the tofu into desired pieces and use or freeze.

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She lost over 50 lbs in 6 months

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Jun 16, 2020

Her own moving and motivational video

She lost over 50 lbs in 6 months and shared with us her own moving and motivational story of her spectacular weight loss success. She went from size 18 to size 8.

202 lbs to 150 lbs

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to learn more on how she did it.

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Brooklyn voted WeightLossNYC Best Medical Weight Loss Center

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC May 12, 2020

Brooklyn voted WeightLossNYC™ Best Medical Weight Loss 2020

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Losing weight is a daunting and frustrating challenge that many Americans face. Weight loss doctor Oksana Aron, MD, of Bay Ridge’s WeightLossNYC™ is here to help you lose weight and feel comfortable in your own body. Dr. Aron, a licensed physician who has received special training in Bariatric Medicine — the medical treatment of the overweight and obese — will guide you with programs based on the latest developments in the fields of nutrition and weight control through comprehensive non-surgical approaches. The time is now to do something that can truly change how you look, feel and your overall wellbeing! — Best of Bk

Thank you for all who voted for us, we are appreciative of the honor of recognition and distinction by our community.

— Dr Oksana Aron and staff of WeightLossNYC™

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