Wednesday, March 28, 2018

You    heard me introduce you to someone I call a "Real Estate Rock Star"  -    and perhaps you wanted her number again. Here's how to contact her  and   remember if you text her she'll give you a special 2.5% commission   rate,  which will save you lots of money at closing:

Jen Weitzel 

Call or text anytime:  (941)769-7443

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Here's that real estate listing my friend Jen says is a hot deal (I  agree!).  Text or call her quick at (941)769-7443 before it's gone!

Police are looking for this guy...If you have any information...please call the number listed on this blotter.

Here's some great life advice from someone just turning 49...49 lessons from 49 years...Click the picture  to read the article!

 Doctor studying how meal timing can affect weight loss recommends eating a big breakfast.

Some dieters see carbs as their enemy, but new research shows  that eating toast for breakfast could actually help you lose weight. A study from Tel Aviv University,  which was testing people with diabetes and obesity, found that people  who ate a big breakfast - with carbs included - then a medium-sized  lunch and a small dinner lost more weight than those who ate six small  meals a day.

Study author Dr. Daniela Jakubowicz explains that  the hour of the day when you eat and how frequently you eat are more  important than what you eat and how many calories you eat. She says that  starting the day with “a slice of bread leads to a lower glucose  response and is less fattening than an identical slice of bread consumed  in the evening.”

So when you’re trying to lose weight, this scientist recommends toast  for breakfast. And of course, watching portion sizes is important and  carb consumption overall, but if we get to eat more bread, we’re happy.

Source: Whimn

Thought Starters:

  • What do you usually eat for breakfast?
  • Do you eat three meals a day or more frequent, smaller meals?
  • How do you feel about bread? Love it, eat it all the time? Only on  special occasions? Just for breakfast, never later in the day?

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