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Does my daily food plan sound okay?

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June 19, 2019 / By Adena
Question: Breakfast- 1/2 mini yogurt with 1/4 cup on toasted muesli or... 1 piece of toast with avocado and tomato (skip recess) Lunch- Small salad with cos lettuce, tomato and avocado no dressing exept for balsamic vinegar. or... A salad sandwich Dinner- Half a serving of whatever my family makes or... A salad the same as lunch but with low fat feta cheese. Drinks- One small Glass of fresh juice (not every day but) Lots of water Snacks- Nothing unless im toooo hungry haha Fruit or celery :) Im taking diet pills and doing 1 and 1/2 hours - 3 hours of exerzise a day. Im 14 female and my bmi is 19. x
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Tel Tel | 7 days ago
Don't listen to Emma! That acai berry so called 'free trial' is a scam. It doesn't work and it's not free, they will mercilessly take 100's of dollars from your account unless you cancel, which is not an easy thing to do as they are based in USA. Oprah Winfrey in conjunction with Dr Oz are apparently working with The Attorney General of Iowa to raise awareness about these scams. Having told you all that, your eating sounds very healthy and completely disciplined. If you are too strict you won't stick to it. Try and eat 6 tiny meals a day to speed up your metabolism. So you could have your breakfast as normal and mid morning have a piece of fruit, lunch keep it the same, mid afternoon have your celery (celery burns more calories to digest then it contains, so great choice), dinner as you are, and keep up with the water, and have your juice, it's good for you. I don't know what pills you are on, but i hope a Doctor has said it's ok. You don't need to do so much exercise a day. New research has shown that interval training 5 - 6 days per week for 30 minutes is the best way to burn body fat. 3 or 4 minutes of cardio (ctcling, jogging, dancing, walking) then 3 or 4 minutes of weights (push ups, squats, lunges, ab crunches, or use weights if you have them). Do as many reps as you can in the 3 or 4 minutes and try not to rest between the cardio and the weights. If you do just cardio you will strip your body of lean muscle mass and little fat. You need to keep muscle as it helps to keep the fat off and it gives your body a better shape.
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Tel Originally Answered: Does this sound like a good daily diet to you?
Oh yeah. Trust me, you're fine. You're not going to end up malnourished and emaciated any time soon. Troll. Okay, my apologies. I had assumed most people understood the concept of 3000 calories a day. Have you read nutrition labels? You are obviously not eating enough. You need at least two servings of protein a day. You will be lacking so much fat that your heart will start having problems keeping up. You're also lacking so much carbohydrates that you'd end up going into starvation mode in not too long. You need at least 3 square meals a day with a proper mix of carbohydrates/protein and fat. You should also tell us how old you are when you ask these important questions otherwise it's hard to give you an informed decision. Your breakfast is perfect. Oatmeal is a great source of fiber. Fiber is a slow-digesting carbohydrate meaning that it releases into your bloodstream slower and is less likely to make you put on weight. I would recommend eating that with milk. 2% Milk is an excellent source of fat, protein and calcium for your age. You should definitely be getting a glass of that a day. For lunch, I would recommend a simple sandwich. If you can eat whole grain (brown) bread that is best because it has more fiber. Consider having that with some kind of fish. Canned tuna is a great idea. You could eat any sort of meat and even a little bit of that is better than nothing. You could also look into alternative sources of protein like beans. They are excellent for your health. You should also look into having a source of protein in the evening too. One thing you can never get enough of is vegetables! Don't forget vegetables because they help your body in a lot of ways like preventing illness. Make sure you drink at least a glass of water after every meal and always drink in between. Just make sure that you are eating good carbohydrates and stay away from overly sweet foods. That's my wisdom. I would do more online research or get professional opinions if you're interested in knowing more.

Philander Philander
One of the most powerful diet pills on the market is the Acai Berry. It has amazing vitamins and anti-oxidents and is even considered a super food. It is so amazing that it has been featured on Oprah and 60 minutes. When used in conjunction with the proper diet and exercise, people have lost over 40lbs in a matter of weeks.
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Macey Macey
that doesn't sound bad, but there are a few things I would do differently. first off, and this isn't really a big point, but I NEVER eat salad with dressing at all, the dressing is the only thing hurting you there. if you eat MORE salad and LESS dressing, than that's fine. just my personal experience btw. and don't forget to change up your excersize plans up regularly. if you do the same thing for too long, the benefits from that excersize get less and less. the plataue affect is annoying, but that's life. change it up every once in a while, and eat right, and you'll be where you want in no time!
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Jehoahaz Jehoahaz
Sounds great, but like any meal plan, you should take things slowly, so your body adapts to it. You wouldn't want to change suddenly and be hungry, because that will just ruin it. Start by changing breakfast, then lunch, and so on. About the diet pills, make sure that it says every one and a half hours, because if you're overdoing it, you're overdosing, and obviously, it's not good for you.
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Garvan Garvan
I've checked out every diet in the book but nothing worked as good as acai berry. I appreciate they say that pills don't work, nevertheless they sure worked for me, and they have been showcased on CNN too. There is a free trial on at the moment at http://napust.easyhealthydiet.info , why not try it, how worse could it make things?
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Garvan Originally Answered: How does my weight loss plan sound?
Your plan sounds good for someone that's going to be totally committed to it. But - you've gotta make that commitment to YOURSELF to make improvements - or it aint gonna happen. You don't need to go on a diet - just change your eating habits! Dump the junk food & fast food restaurants. Eat plenty of boiled or steamed vegetables - especially green, leafy vegetables. No smoking, booze or drugs. No sugary sweet soda's. Drink plenty of water & fat free milk to help keep the traffic flowing. Go easy on the starches - like potatoes, rice, pasta & bread. Meats need to be baked - boiled or broiled - NEVER fried. Snack on grapes, plums, pears, apples, celery sticks, carrot sticks, banana's, oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, cantaloupe & honeydew melon. Get up one hour early every morning & take a BRISK 30 minute walk - then - do the same thing again in the evening after dinner. Within 90 days you won't believe the change in how you look, feel & gradual weight loss. Losing weight gradually keeps everything from heading South!

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