Fresh Tomato Mozzarella Salad & Stuffed Peppers


Fresh Tomato Mozzarella Salad

Cherry Tomatoes – 1 Cup Sliced in Half
Basil Fresh – 6 Leaves
Virgin Olive Oil – 2 Tbsp
Fresh Mozzarella Balls – 1 Cup Sliced in Half
Sea Salt – To Taste
Black Pepper – To Taste


Stuffed Peppers

Bell Pepper – 2 Only
Ground Chicken – 8 Ounces
Sweet Potato – 1 Only Shredded
Green Onions – 2 Sprigs
Onion – ½ Cup
Cilantro – 4 Sprigs Chopped
Parsley Fresh – 2 Tbsp Chopped
Garlic   – 2 Cloves
Marinara Sauce – 1 Cup
Shredded Mozzarella  – 4 Tbsp
Olive Oil  – 2 Tbsp
Salt   – To Taste
Black Pepper  – To Taste


Fiber is Your Friend!

Eating lots of fiber in your food will help you weigh less and be healthier! How?

  • Fiber makes you feel full so you eat less
  • Fiber helps move food through your body and get rid of waste
  • Fiber can make your heart healthier by lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol

Where can you find fiber?

  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Breads, cereals, and pastas that are whole wheat or whole grain
  • Beans
  • Nuts
  • Brown rice
  • Popcorn (just skip the butter & salt!)

Chef Nico’s Cooking Class

Join Us Every Saturday 11:55 am- 1 pm. Tune in Saturday, August 22nd, for some tasty Snack recipes! 

Welcome to Live Light Live Right cooking demo classes with yours truly Chef Nico. This class is designed where we can all share and learn with each other the benefits of healthy eating. It is an instructor-led class meaning it gives you and your family the opportunity to prepare a pre-planned meal with me every week resulting in you eventually mastering some of the basic tools that I use when creating healthier eating choices. So get your aprons out and your knives sharpened because Lunch is about to be served!
*Attached is a preview of this week’s recipes. Please take a look and gather the ingredients for these simple, easy-to-make snack options!*
When: Sat Aug 22nd, 2020, 11:55 am – 1 pm Eastern Time – New York
Where: Kitchen
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Live Light Live Right Burn Out Event 2019

On Saturday, February 2nd at the Brownsville Recreation Center we had our first Burn Out Event of the year!  What a success!  The children came ready to learn about how to add fruits and vegetables into their daily lives and why it is so important.  Chef Nicolas was extremely engaging and captured everyone’s attention!  The children learned the importance of fiber and Chef Nicolas gave suggestions on tasty recipes that are easy for families to incorporate into their daily living.

Our Senior Exercise Trainer, Ebony, was there to motivate us all with her high energy dance moves and exercise routines!
Prizes were given out, food was eaten and fun was had by all!!
Come join us for our next Burn Out Event on Saturday, March 2nd.  Details to come shortly!

Pump Up the Pumpkin—Why They’re Super!

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Did you know that over 1.5 billion pounds of pumpkin are produced each year in the United States? That the world’s largest pumpkin was more than five feet in diameter and weighed over 1,800 pounds? That each pumpkin has about 500 seeds and takes between 90 and 120 days to grow?

If you are looking to add pumpkin to your diet, keep in mind there are over 45 different varieties of pumpkin and that they are part of the winter squash family. They range in color from red, yellow, and green, and have names like Hooligan, Cotton Candy, and Orange Smoothie.

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12th Annual bodysculpt of New York, Children’s Sports & Fitness Expo

On Saturday, June 27th from 10:00am-4:00pm there will be a free fitness & sports expo at Boys & Girls High School, 1700 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY.

There will be many sports clinics available and special guest Rashad Jennings, NY Giants Running Back.  It will be a fun day for all.  If you would like more information please visit bodysculpt of New York’s website.

Live Light Live Right will have a table with food demonstrations and tastings.  We hope to see you there.

Our Latest Success Story

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Denville Adams is a 12 years old male, who joined Live Light Live Right (LLLR) in August 2013. He has shown tremendous progress in the program. Through hard work and diligence he has decreased his percentage of body fat from 26.0% to 18.1% in a year. Denville says that he loves the exercise program. He likes the combination of the exercises such as squats, using weights, jump rope, step ups, and jumping jacks. He enjoys the strength training workout with trainer, Ms. Kim, at the Brooklyn Recreation Center. He praises her for motivating him to stay focused on becoming healthier. Denville continues his workout outside of the LLLR program, at home and in his martial arts class throughout the week.

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Nutrition Know How…. Tips to get Through the School Year!

Nutrition Know How….Tips to get through the school year!

November is upon us, and the kids are well into the school year. While most of us plan on what we will wear to school each day, or do we have all of our homework? Are you still struggling with, What do I eat for lunch? It is time to refocus your efforts as a family to ensure your children’s nutrition and physical activity habits are on track this year.

  • Do you make time for breakfast? Breakfast is a very important meal for growing children. Studies show that breakfast eaters tend to have higher test scores, they concentrate better and solve problems more easily. So whether they eat at home or at school, be sure your children eat a nutritious breakfast every day.
  • Review weekly lunch menus. The National School Lunch Program requires that the meals offered in most schools must have a certain amount of calories, fat, saturated fat, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and iron. It may surprise you to learn that many foods fit into these guidelines, including chicken nuggets and tater tots.

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Winter Vegetables..Enjoy the Flavor of the Season!

on’t let the cold weather keep you from celebrating the flavors of the season. Winter is a great time for produce! There are many flavor-packed, versatile winter vegetables in season.

Sweet potato and winter squash lead the pack. They are very flavorful and highly nutritious. They are root vegetables, meaning they grow underneath the ground where they are able to absorb high amounts of minerals and other nutrients from the soil. They are also able to absorb important nutrients from the sun through their leaves. So they are really superfoods!

Most root vegetables are high in complex carbohydrates, which slowly break down into sugar in your body to give you energy. They are also high in fiber and phytonutrients, and low in fat. Additionally, they are generally high in vitamin C, beta-carotene, and contain essential minerals such as potassium, phosphorous, magnesium and small amounts of iron.

Root vegetables can be eaten in just about any way imaginable, and still taste great. The wide variety of flavors work well in a hearty vegetable soup, stew or casserole dish. You can bake, steam or barbecue them, and serve them as a side dish for your favorite meat.

Check out some ways to incorporate these highly nutritious .. and delicious.. foods into your menu!

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