Im not sure if this is healthy?

Im not sure if this is healthy? Topic: Im not sure if this is healthy?
September 23, 2019 / By Cary
Question: Acaitrim. its made with acai berries and green tea. It sounds healthy but i always hear about how bad diet pills are. i dont want to take them if im going to have a heart attack or something bad happen years from now. I dont need a speech about exercise and eating healthy because i know thats the healthiest way.. but im just wonderin about the acaitrim..thanks
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Angellina Angellina | 5 days ago
Hello, Ello :D First I will put you question into perspective like this. If Toyota and Subaru have had many recalls because of airbag failure resulting in 20 deaths world wide, that would be bad. But if someone says,"All cars are dangerous and if you get in a car you may die...." That's a little absurd. Diet pills are the same. "Diet Pills" is the term everybody refers to. But each diet pill can be different. If the Acai Trim only contains Acai berry and green tea. Then it would be perfectly safe. Berries nor tea is harmful. Despite the news with caffeine which has been consumed for years. Do people consider starbucks dangerous? Now the downside is, you may not be so successful in losing a desired weight on the acai trim as it is just antioxidants and caffeine. And Starbucks low-fat chai late taste better anyway. If you are trying to lose a few pounds, you can check out the Friends Support at Beverly Hills Nutraceuticals. They have tips and advice which is constantly updated. http://beverlyhillsnutraceuticals.com/support
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Angellina Originally Answered: My moms going grocery shopping tomorow.help me come up witha list of "HEALTHY HEALTHY" foods?
What I am about to give you is only some suggestions of some great and healthy food to try that has helped me go from being overweight and miserable to just right and feeling alive again. I am able to get up and move, workout and play with my kid better than ever. I feel that this food along with moderate exercise will have you be feeling better about yourself and how you live your life. Once again, these are only suggestions. If there is something on this list that you have allergies to, please be responsible and DO NOT eat it. The same goes for something you don’t like. I am not a dietician or a nutritionist. These foods might not work for everybody, but the key is to find the things you do and modify (in a good way) the things you don’t. At the end I will give you a few tips on how to make some bland food really tasting and not have to be fried in a ton of grease to be amazing. I will have at the end of this list some of the suggested beverages and food brands that are great choices. So are you ready? Let’s get healthy. ~1 ½ cups high fiber cereal with 1 cup of 1% or 2% milk or soy milk of your choice add ¼ cups of blueberries or strawberries ~ 1 cup of low-fat cottage cheese with a piece of whole grain toast ¼ spoon of cinnamon and ¼ spoon of splenda added ~ 1 cup low-fat yogurt with ½ cup of berries of your choice mixed in along with a piece of whole grain toast with peanut butter. ~ 1 c. whole grain pasta with small grilled chicken breast tossed in a fresh basil extra virgin olive oil ~ 1 grapefruit with 2 tsp. splenda and a slice of whole grain toast with 1 tbsp. peanut butter ~ 1 cup of steel-cut oatmeal with ¼ to ½ cup of frozen mixed berries and ½ cup of cottage cheese ~Scrambled eggs with very light cooking spray and any veggies of your choice and a slice of whole grain toast with 1 tbsp. of peanut butter ~ 1 Weight watchers bagel of choice with 2 wedges of laughing cow cheese or low fat cream cheese with sliced strawberries and 1 tsp. splenda ~ 3 Wasa crackers with 3 tsp. of peanut butter and a med banana ~ Wheat wrap with turkey and light mayo slice of tomato and a piece of romaine lettuce ~ ½ cup of raw baby carrots, ½ c. of sliced and peeled cucumbers with light ranch dressing ~ 1 100 calorie pack of smart pop popcorn ~ 1 fresh and peeled pear cut in half with 2 tsp. of light mayo and ¼ c. of 2% shredded cheese to go on top ~ ½ c. hummus (homemade if possible) with 1 c. of fresh veggies ~ 2-3 slices of fresh low-sodium turkey breast, 1 c. of seedless red grapes, ¼ c. of walnuts or almonds, and a stick of 2% cheese of your choice ~ 1 serving of whey protein ~ 1 serving of casein powder ~ 1 South beach protein bar ~ 1 Fiber 1 bar ~ grilled chicken breast, 1/2 c. of brown rice, ½ c. steamed broccoli ~ grilled salmon, ½ c. brown rice, and 1 c. steamed zucchini and squash ~ baked flounder, ½ cup of brown rice, and 1 c. of steamed veggies ~grilled lean steak with grilled portabello mushroom caps and a side romaine salad ~hamburger on a wheat bun with light condiments and all of the veggies you can handle on it ~ 1 c. raisin and 1 medium apple ~ 6 oz. of boiled shrimp, 1 c. whole grain pasta, ½ c. steamed broccoli and 5 sprays of smart balance butter ~Grilled chicken breast romaine salad with your choice of good toppings (include some type of nut) ~ Imitation crab meat salad with your choice of toppings ~ 1 apple and three graham crackers ~ Peanut butter and low sugar jelly sandwich ~Baked ham steamed cabbage and carrots ~ Oat bran bagel with cream cheese, 6 oz. of low fat yogurt and cantelope ~ 1 c. of high fiber cereal and 1 medium banana ~1 med. banana ¼ c. almond 1 c. yogurt (mix together) TIPS Add any fresh herb to any dish to rev up the flavor or add 1 tbsp. Ms. Dash to rice or fish and poultry to give it a zing. You can even add some cajun spice to just about anything if you like it hot. There is an also fresh squeeze of lime and lemon that takes the food to a tropical place. Don’t be afraid to mix and match your dishes as long as you stay within your counts for that meal and for that day. Remember that you need to eat for what you have coming up not for what you have already done. Say if you know you are going to take a nap after a meal then don’t eat so many carbs because you will not be burning them off.

Willoughby Willoughby
Dietary changes: Small changes really add up. I cut cola out of my diet and it's helped a lot. If you don't have time to cook healthy meals buy a slow cooker. Chop up a bunch of veggies and some meat, throw it all in with some water and you have a healthy meal...but in a slow cooker you can get the food cut up and in the cooker in the morning and have it ready for dinner. Exercise: I walk my son to and from school so I'm making activity a part of my life, while the walk alone won't drastically change me overnight the concept or idea of working fitness into your daily routine and can really help. Walk instead of taking a car/bus not only does it save you money on gas/bus fair but it's a great way to squeeze in that extra bit of exercise. While you are studying take jumping jack breaks, not only does this incorporate exercise into your day but in increases the oxygen flow to your brain which keeps you more focused and helps you learn things easier. When you are reading class material try doing bicep curls, before long it will be second nature and you'll be able to focus on the reading while squeezing in that extra bit of exercise. (just use some light weight dumbbells that can be stored in your desk/out of the way). You could also use a resistance band if you prefer. If you can wake up 20 minutes earlier try squeezing in the 30 Day Shred by Jillian Michaels. It is an interval training dvd and everyone I know has had results from using it, best of all each session is only 20 minutes long. Healthy supplements can increase the vitamins and anti-oxidents in your body and help your metabolism run faster. I hope these ideas help you, good luck =)
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Seir Seir
Lots of diet pill don't work but some do which are safe. For instance, phentramin-d which is a purely pharmacological diet pill with a unique chemical composition. This non-herbal diet pill which doesn’t contain any hoodia or other type of caffeine based products and it is safe for human use. It is an over the counter diet pill. As the Lazarus Lab is an FDA approved lab, so the reliability of the diet pill goes up. You can check out more about it:http://www.phentermine-forums.com/phentramin-d/
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Neill Neill
You must have right information if you want to lose weight. Many diet pills don't work because they are not herbal. You can try some herbal slimming capsules. All you need to do is drink some more water everyday. It works very well and It will work for you too. You can find more information at link below. http://www.greenbaseonline.com/product/Product1883.html
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Neill Originally Answered: When I eat healthy following the Food Pyramid Guide will this have improvement of having healthy flawless skin
The pyramid gives too little emphasis to nuts, beans, and healthy oils, which have positive health effects. At best, the USDA Pyramid offers indecisive, scientifically unfounded advice on an absolutely vital topic--what to eat. At worst, the misinformation it offers contributes to overweight, poor health, and unnecessary early deaths. It's also known globally. The USA Rice Federation distributes the food pyramid, for example, through its promotion of U.S. rice in Mexico. To be in control of the market, the interested agro-businesses bought their way into favorable positions on the food pyramid, the FDA, and the USDA. With the low fat myth well established in the cultural mind. Drink water The very first ingredient the skin requires is water. Since it is the largest organ in the body, it is also the biggest reserve of water should the body become dehydrated. Choose beneficial oils For the sake of our body in general and our skin in particular the best fats to consume are the polyunsaturated fats of the Omega 3 series, found in oily fish and in cold pressed, untreated oils such as linseed (also known as flaxseed). If you like fish, have fatty fish such as tuna, sardines, salmon, herring and mackerel 3-4 times a week. hemp, walnut and pumpkin seed. Use olive oil or coconut oil for cooking. Eat moisturising foods Raw fruit and vegetables are the leaders of this category with fresh, lightly cooked vegetables coming shortly behind. Eat foods rich in anti-oxidants ACE vitamins (literally, vitamins A,C and E). These vitamins are known as anti-oxidants and are able to protect your body – and your skin – from the negative effects of free radicals. The ACE vitamins can be found in all fresh fruit and vegetables, in nuts, seeds, sprouts, some cold-pressed oils and fatty fish . Supplement If your diet is healthy and hydrating and you are drinking plenty of water, consider supplementing with some natural skin aides. Linseed oil must be the first on the list of skin supplements. Vitamin E, a natural oxidant, is another good supplement to consider, especially in combination with the oil. All the best, Super Mom http://www.kidsfoodsolutions.com http://www.kidsfoodsolutions.blogspot.com

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