Frosty Answers Santa’s Mail – Keep Those Melted Pounds Off

Dear Santa,

Thanks for taking the time out of your busy pre-Christmas schedule to share your thoughts on weight-loss with us. When I was a younger woman (I won’t tell you how old I am…even though you probably already know.) I was active and didn’t struggle with weight at all. But as I got older, the responsibilities of motherhood, wifedom and steady office-based employment made it difficult to stay active. I’ve lost weight here and there with different crash diets, and the pounds melt away…but they always come back! Please help. 

Sincerely yours, Rollercoaster in Rochester.

Dear Rollercoaster,

Thank you for writing. It’s the day before Christmas Eve, and Santa’s extremely busy, so he asked me to field this question. I have a lot of experience with pounds melting away and coming back again, only when mine melt away, I want them to come back. For me, it’s pretty easy. When I want to regain the pounds that melt away, I just go to where it’s really cold…or at least below 32 degrees Fahrenheit…and wait for some kids to stroll by and bulk me up with some fresh snow. 

For you it’s not quite that simple; you can’t just go to where it’s really warm and wait for the pounds to melt away. You need to make a healthy lifestyle a priority. This requires setting realistic goals, scheduling safe, effective workouts, planning balanced meals, understanding the science that will ensure your success and maintaining the balance in your life that will keep you where you want to be. 

Balance is the key, and a healthy lifestyle has to be a priority. Your health is like the giant snowball at my base. If I don’t have that, everything else topples over, and then I’m just a big fat lifeless lump of snow…no good to anyone. This means you have to schedule workouts and plan nutritious balanced meals. Yes, that’s difficult to do with all of the pressures of work and family, so when you feel overwhelmed, you have to holler “Stop!” and remember health has to come first. 

So what does that mean? Do you just blow off work and run here and there? All around the square? No. There’s much more to it than that. You need professionals who can help, and there’s nothing like the people at Live in Fitness™. They’ve been helping people like you melt pounds away for nearly two decades, and those pounds have stayed gone. At Live in Fitness™, health and weight loss are not magic, but a science. Their state-of-the-art testing equipment analyzes your current physical state and then develops a program, specifically based on your body and your goals. Their trainers, coaches, life coaches, chefs and nutritionists work hard to ensure you reach those goals. And when you leave, you leave with all the tools you need to maintain your weight loss and healthy lifestyle. Your work and your family will be glad you went…but most importantly, you’ll be glad you went.

I’d go myself, but it’s at Rainbow Harbor Southern California. Not exactly the best place for a snowman.

Happy Holidays,

Frosty the Snowman

Chicken Pate

Prep Time: 15 mins Cook time: 20 mins  Ready in: 35-40mins

Yields: 4-6 servings


  • 1lb of chicken breast 
  • ½ jar of Capers including juice 
  • ¼ cup of Liquid Smoke 
  • Salt and pepper for taste 


  1. Pre heat oven @ 350
  2. Place chicken breast on a baking pan, and put in oven for 15-20 minutes. 
  3. Once chicken is cooked place in food processor, with capers, liquid smoke and seasoning. 
  4. When everything has blended together. Enjoy and Serve!

Nutrition Facts: 

Amount per serving: ½ cup 

Calories: 123

Total Fat: 2g

Saturated Fat: 0g

Protein: 22.3g

Carbohydrates: 2.3g

Cholesterol: 0mg

Calcium: 1.2%

Sodium: 76mg

Sugar: 0g 

Client Meal Plan

21g/21g= ½ cup

25g/25g= ½ cup

30g/30g= ½ cup

35g/35g= ½ cup

Sweet Potato Bread

Prep time: 10 mins  Bake time: 50 mins  Ready in: 1 HR

Yields: 2 loaves (24 slices)


  • 2 1/3 cups sugar substitute

  • 2/3 cups water

  • 2/3 cup Coconut Oil

  • 4 eggs whites

  • 2 cups mashed sweet potatoes

  • 3 1/3 cups all-purpose flour

  • 2 teaspoons baking soda

  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon

  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder

  • 1 cup coarsely chopped pecans (optional) 

(Add Jay Robb unflavored Protein Powder for additional protein)

  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Combine sugar, water,  coconut oil, eggs, and sweet potatoes and mix thoroughly. 
  3. Add dry ingredients and mix to combine. 
  4. Add pecans and mix well. 
  5. Divide between 2 greased loaf pans and bake for 50 minutes. Cool in pan to room temperature.

Nutrition Facts: 

Amount per serving:  (1) ½ inch slice

Calories: 190

Total Fat: 2.3g

Saturated Fat: 0g

Protein: 18.2g

Sodium: 43mg

Carbohydrates: 24.1g

Cholesterol: 0mg

Calcium: 4.1%

Sugar: 11.3g

Client Meal Plan 

21g/21g: 1 slice 

25g/25g: 1 slice 

30g/30g: 1 slice 

35g/35g: 1 slice

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