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... oxidants from fruits and vegetables. And maintain a healthy weight....about 19 or 20 BMI would be ideal for the average person. It's really a whole lifestyle. ... (3 replies)
... ch day. I think those years caused a lot of change in us. Both in diet and environmental changes. So I want to try fix this naturally with a diet. I'll be eating fruits and vegetables alone for lunch and dinner, so need to figure out a perfect variation that I won't grow bored out of. ... (3 replies)
Juice at dinner
Mar 28, 2010
... Fruits I eat raw and fresh. Just a serving. I don't usually do fruits in juices unless they are the really dark grapes and not that often. ... (9 replies)

Juice at dinner
Feb 3, 2010
... I agree that a regular fruit juice for dinner isn't sufficient. ... (9 replies)
... another reason why you might consider not eating fruit after dinner is because fruit doesnt digest well with other foods. Fruit should be eaten alone and not after a heavy meal. ... (14 replies)
... treat" everyday and I can't imagine what I could put in its place to satisfy me without being overindulgent. I eat a lot of fruit during the day, so fruit after dinner isn't really appealing. What do you think? ... (14 replies)
... It might be an amplification of the no food after dinner for a triglyceride test the next morning. ... (14 replies)
... Should we avoid eating fruits after dinner? ... (14 replies)
... I'm not so sure that the first comment here is true. Healthy eating can be quite inexpensive. Here's why I believe that. My diet has a high composition of legumes and vegetation. I buy dry beans in the bag (soak and cook type) for less than a dollar a pound. One bag makes a lot of meals. I buy boxes of frozen vegetables which are very minimally processed, for about a dollar a... (10 replies)
... Yep, cutting out the bad stuff -- and, just as important, replacing it with a happy balance of nutritious foods :) I took it one meal at a time (starting with my pop tart breakfast), evaluated what nutrition am I getting from this, how many calories/fat is in it, and then I started experimenting with healthier options. I tried eggs, but it's too time consuming in the morning... (10 replies)
... Nailed it on the head there my friend. Progress at the expense of health and longevity. :) (20 replies)
... Oh, and now comes lunch time. I never recall seeing people bringing in bags of fresh fruits and vegetables. Most people don't even bring their lunch. So what do they do? ... (20 replies)
... That's just to give you an idea. You can get variety by using different types of legumes, vegetables, fruits and grains. ... (3 replies)
Is my diet okay?
Oct 3, 2017
... The Chipotle doesn't seem too bad for a restaurant meal that one might have occasionally. Yes, the sodium is high and that alone would keep me from eating it everyday. Without actually seeing it, it seems like corn and rice together in the same meal might be a bit too starchy. If the lettuce is ice burg lettuce, it won't have a lot of nutrition. Romaine would be better. ... (4 replies)
Is my diet okay?
Oct 3, 2017
... I suppose my question was mostly aimed at my dinner routine. ... (4 replies)
Is my diet okay?
Sep 22, 2017
... I usually drink carbonated water with lunch and dinner since it is easier to swallow foods. ... (4 replies)
... Hello guys, I am a 16 year old male who is suffering from low testosterone. I had a blood test done recently, and my testosterone levels came out to be 400 ng/dl. That is extremely low for my age (16), because T-levels at this age should be peaking at around 750 ng/dl. Due to my low T-levels, I face a lot of issues, such as erection problems, low libido, etc. After... (0 replies)
... or other fruits that are good sources of healthy fats, like durian, coconut, etc. ... (9 replies)
... I'm a hypochondriac and I'm doing everything possible to avoid illness and live healthy. This is what I am doing now. Fruits for breakfast daily (Apple,orange,banana, Lunch: chicken , fish, with broccoli and brown rice Dinner: turkey with carrots,broccoli and brown rice Supplements: vitamin c,zinc, omega 3. 5 hours of gym a week Any other tips on living healthier or... (2 replies)
... What you eat is a choice. You have ambitious goals and no plan of attack. Plan your meals out ahead of time, prepare them ahead of time, and log them so you are accountable. Obviously eating peanut butter flavored chocolate milk is malnourishing. Your breakfast choice is admirable, until you microwave it. Just heat your water in a pan. There are plenty of raw... (9 replies)

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