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... I'm not quite sure how you're going about it. Do you eat only fruit for breakfast. Only grain for lunch and only veggies at night? ... (3 replies)
... I enjoy the food very much aside from that. Fruit in the morning, grains for lunch, veggies at night...did the Mediterranean people live in the bathroom? ... (3 replies)
... however if you eat this and tuna and eggs, you are only eating protein and you should not be eating ONLY protein...you need vegetables and fruit in your diet too. ... (1 replies)

Fruit at night
Apr 14, 2009
... I'm assuming that your diabetes is type 2. Therefore any fruit should be fine, even the starchy ones...although if you're lowering carbs then bananas are not such a good choice. ... (5 replies)
Fruit at night
Apr 11, 2009
... I know fruit has natural sugars in it, and given my potential diagnosis, I want to avoid sugar. So what's the story here. ... (5 replies)
Fruit at night
Apr 17, 2009
... Keep in mind, the harder it is to chew the better it is for you. Like raw veggies. Fruit is the same. One of a babies first foods is bananas. It is not a good choice for your situation. ... (5 replies)
Fruit at night
Apr 14, 2009
... Is there a limit to the amount of fruit per day? ... (5 replies)
... I look forward to my "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)
Soup at Night??
Aug 30, 2005
... For eating at night, it really ultimately doesn't matter what you eat, as long as you are able to control how much you eat of it. ... (2 replies)
Too much fruit?
Jun 12, 2005
... in something i am following to lose weight,it is what i eat normally and what i enjoy eating.the thing is,i dont want to overdo it and gain a lot of weight,since fruit has lots of fructose in it.i tend to get cravings for fruit at night as well... ... (36 replies)
... heavy foods at night, so you simply want to look at the labels and make sure you are getting a decent amount of protein with your snack. ... (13 replies)
... my only problem is that i've never really been that great with counting calories, carbs, grams etc :confused: ...so the only thing i do is eat in small portions, and eat some fruit in between (13 replies)
... First of all, there is nothing wrong with eating at night, I recommend it. I am an advocate of eating every 3 hours that you are awake. This helps to balance and strengthen the metabolism. ... (13 replies)
... well if you are eating enough during the day your body is not eating muscles, it uses fat when you sleep, muscles are built up during the night as growth hormone is reelased to heal minor damages to tissues and if you have been exercising help to build up those muscles. ... (5 replies)
... raisin bran, cheerios, fruit loops, etc. ... (4 replies)
Juice at dinner
Feb 3, 2010
... I agree that a regular fruit juice for dinner isn't sufficient. ... (9 replies)
Fruit at night
Apr 17, 2009
... Apples with peanut butter or cheese is also a good choice. (5 replies)
... ideally, you shouldn't eat anything too heavy before going to bed, but of course fruits arent 'heavy' but it still obv req some sort of digestion. i would say, avoid fruits with alot of fibre, like fibre as in with alot of skin thats hard to digest like apples, pears etc with 'hard skins' yea. try a banana, which is very mushy, or an orange or water melon , ie fruits... (3 replies)
... i was using that as an analogy to simply explain why there could be gas or bloating if fruit was eaten after or with a meal, and to give an option to someone that was having a problem, but it seems to have been blown way out of proportion. ... (14 replies)
... All Different foods Digest at different rates. ... (14 replies)




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