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... finitely cause you to hold extra water weight. What helped for me was cutting back on the salt and cutting out more processed foods. I know I don't eat a perfect diet and I still eat some processed things, but I eat it considerably less than I used to. ... (3 replies)
... e for vegans and vegetarians. One thing that I do is simple. Stock your freezer with boneless chicken breast, fish if you like it, and vegetables. I get a bag of frozen chicken from Trader Joe's and I love it. ... (3 replies)
... like to buy whey protein powder and make a delicious shake. To do this, I use about one cup of skim milk, a scoop of vanilla or strawberry powder, plus a cup of frozen mixed berries. ... (8 replies)

... I think the Paleo Diet is a good choice. Everything you're allergic to is not part of the paleo diet, except walnuts. ... (15 replies)
Mar 31, 2009
... I agree with the other posters. There is no diet that will substitute exercise. However, you can still eat right and it's still much better than no exercise AND no healthy diet. ... (3 replies)
... Some canned veggies lose their nutrients, but they aren't bad for you or anything. Check the frozen fruits and vegetables. They're cheaper than fresh adn still have the nutrients you need. I especially like frozen strawberries and mixed berries. ... (12 replies)
... My roommate is on an extreme no fat, no protein diet I personally thought was ridiculous, and now seems dangerous. ... (3 replies)
... whole grains. Shound to me like you need a food makeover. There are all types of good foods out there, that are so easy to prepare. You don't have to go back to frozen meals. But frozen meals like lean cuisine heathly choice and weight watchers are a good choice if you feel comfort in frozen meals. do you eat beef or pork? ... (5 replies)
... frozen food which I used to eat. I find there is usually something missing from my diet which makes me splurge on a box of donuts every few weeks. ... (5 replies)
... btw... Calorie counting is one, but base diet on alot of nuts, greens, some fruit, ALOT OF WATER, nothing BUT water, no desserts. ... (6 replies)
... First I would get in the habit of checking the sodium content on all the things you buy & avoid cooking with salt. I just omit the salt in most recipes. ( you can put it on the table for anyone that really wants to add it and you can add other things for flavor, like Mrs. Dash, onions or garlic. Also look for reduced sodium products, there are a lot out there! Here are a... (2 replies)
... cereal, oatmeal, deli sandwiches, frozen meals, etc. ... (4 replies)
... I guess I just have to take this slow cause I am obviously very picky in all my meals and foods. ... (7 replies)
... Hi again Nikos, Okay, if you have to CHOOSE between diet and excercise, I say start with diet! It is so important to eat right. And a healthy diet will improve the effectiveness of your excercise. But both diet and excercise are quite important and both will contribute greatly to reducing your belly! ... (7 replies)
... i've been doing pretty well eating a lot of vegetables and salads and such and homemade soup that my mom makes for me but if anyone has any types of meals or such that can be made and frozen for later i would really appreciate ideas!!! the gluten free food is too expensive for a poor college! ... (20 replies)
... odium to salt. There's so much of it in foods because it shows up in flavor enhancers and preservatives. Most prepackaged foods are high in sodium. Especially frozen dinners and other prepared meals. That smoked salmon you're eating is probably the biggest problem. ... (16 replies)
... I was on this diet and I lost 15 lb in 3 weeks. ... (3 replies)
... You get that your illness is caused by your diet and lack of exercise because it's partly true. ... (2 replies)
... I am a freshman in college and I am looking for confirmation that my diet is okay. I am on a meal plan like pretty much every other college student across the nation and to top it off I am only allowed a blender in my dorm. ... (0 replies)
... esn't feel well eating certain fruits and veggies on an empty stomach, so I always balance them out with some lean protein and healthy carbs. It sounds like your diet could be low in protein, which would make it difficult to feel satisfied or full. ... (3 replies)

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