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Green Tea vs Water
Oct 19, 2008
... Chicken and turkey sandwiches. ... (21 replies)
... well..not sure about kid friendly but lentils are almost tasteless compared to the other beans/peas variety. i usually mix it with ground chicken/beef/turkey. also try whole wheat pasta, pears, anything leafy, any kind of dried fruit and a lot of water. i also use a fiber cereal. in all, about 30g of fiber is good for regular movement. i don't think metamucil works,... (15 replies)
Chicken vs Turkey
Aug 22, 2005
... What Do you like better and why? (0 replies)

Green Tea vs Water
Oct 23, 2008
... You don't have to eat chicken all the time. You can eat lean cuts of red meat, turkey, fish, lean pork occasionally. Just choose healthy low fat alternatives. ... (21 replies)
Green Tea vs Water
Oct 21, 2008
... DoeZ0763, buy a warmer for your lunch box or put your potatoes in a Thermos. Chicken, turkey, boca burgers are all good non-seafood choices. Low fat cheese sandwiches are another good choice. Brown rice with veggies. When you buy whole wheat/grain breads make sure whole wheat or whole grain is listed as the first or second ingredient. Read labels. Not all brown breads are the... (21 replies)
Green Tea vs Water
Oct 21, 2008
... Oh my...it looks like I'm just gonna have to try to figure this out. Because I DO NOT eat seafood...I can tolerate tuna but only with mayo...I love chicken so that might not be to bad...potatoes...have to be warm for me...I'm telling you I'm the worst when it comes to this because I'm such a picky eater. ... (21 replies)
... try ground chicken breast or ground turkey breast. ... (6 replies)
... A burger is a burger- beef pretty much has the same nutrients whether its from home or McDonald's. I don't know about the Forman grills and their draining fat claim, but if you ask me, it sounds like a typical infomercial myth. A bonus of grilling burgers at home is that you have complete control over the meat, its quality, cleanliness, and what is added to it (preserves,... (6 replies)
... Hello, I feel your breakfast is just fine. I'd slow down on the luncheon meat due to the high salt, high fat, and high cal. content. Good substitutes for luncheon meat are baked/broiled/boiled skinless chicken/turkey, tuna, salmon, tomatoes, cucumbers, hard boiled egg... You can even forgo the sandwich and have a salad instead. I'd also add some fruit, juice, or vegies to... (6 replies)




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