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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)
... plete carnivore loves the lentil and barley soup I make. Some nights when I don't care for meat or don't feel like cooking we'll just both eat cut up veggies and fruits for dinner instead. ... (19 replies)
... or Trader Joes high fiber cereal. As long as you control the portion size for the cereals the cost is minimal. Less than a dollar for the whole breakfast. ... (10 replies)

... So it's really just a matter of researching a little bit, trying some different things, seeing how you feel after eating, and incorporating it as a routine. I did the same thing above with my other meals, too. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks for the help...........lol but when i said 580 calories i was talking about the sandwich alone, the sandwich is 580 calories not my whole days intake that would be starving myself if i ate only that amount of calories a day...........thanks again ladies (4 replies)
... ries. If you want to lose weight I would eat a healthy breakfast like you're doing, small snack before lunch, maybe six inch sub for lunch, small snack, healthy dinner with a good amount of protein and then a very small snack before bed. ... (4 replies)
... Actually, no. Half the "fad diets" out there tell me bread will make me fat and eventually kill me, as will fruits and pasta. The MD tells me these things are fine to eat in moderation and keeping in mind what a true serving of these things are. ... (11 replies)
... better, then you can perhaps gradually add additional foods back in, but as soon as your symptoms return, you will have a failry clear picture of what you did that triggered them. ... (18 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)
... Same thing as lunch. ... (9 replies)
... with myself, and have been putting some real effort towards eating a variety of healthy, vegan friendly foods. For a week straight I've been incorporating fresh fruits and veggies in just about every meal and snack. I figured I might notice a little change in how my body feels the first couple days... ... (12 replies)
How do you decide?
Jan 12, 2006
... My b***s*** radar goes into high gear when I hear/read anyone say that ALL people on the planet should eat or not eat a certain way. There are Inuits in Alaska and Canada who have lived long and healthy lives for bazillions of generations with hardly any veggies and fruits (can you say Atkins?). There are peoples in Asia who have lived long and healthy lives for bazillions... (20 replies)
... e the only foods you eat. I am simply saying that healthy, normal people can fit cookies and things into their diet and still get the daily recommended intake of fruits and veg, protein and dairy. So all in all, it IS healthy. ANYTHING is in moderation. ... (9 replies)
... That is not a high carb diet in my mind. What you just described is not far from my low carb diet. Fruits and vegetables aren't that high in carbohydrate. What is high in carbohydrate is sugars, grain based products, and potatoes. ... (10 replies)
... GREAT information. You should post it under GENERAL HEALTH too. Maybe you can reach some more people there, and turn them away from the dark side. LOL :D Seriously you should! (8 replies)
... According to the Labor Department, the United States economy loses an average of 3.6 billion dollars a year in lost productivity as a result of common ailments such as colds, flu and inflections. The average worker loses over 12. ... (8 replies)
... Remember, this is just an example. But as you can see here, if you PLAN for that 11pm snack, you will not be binging. ... (7 replies)
Is my diet okay?
Sep 22, 2017
... Mostly cafeteria food at my workplace. I always choose salad as a side and never eat fries or onion rings. Mostly pasta, chicken wraps, and the occasional stir fry. ... (4 replies)
Where do I start?
Dec 27, 2004
... Well, they say it's best to eat 6 small meals through out the day but if its not possible, you can try to pack some healthy snacks with you. I like to go by the good old U.S food pyramid and include 2-3 servings of fruit, 3-4 servings of vegetables, 6-11 servings (small of course) of whole grains, 2-3 servings of calcium (dairy), and 2-3 servings from the meat/beans group. I... (6 replies)
... c it incorporates foods that are healthy and foods that arent looked at as healthy but we all want to eat! Good luck with everything! ... (10 replies)




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