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Nice healthy food, help!?

Nice healthy food, help!? Topic: Nice healthy food, help!?
July 17, 2019 / By Kinborough
Question: Im starting a new diet soon and i need nice healthy meals, i think that fruit on its own is a boring meal and i don't want salads everyday, any suggestions?
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Janette Janette | 5 days ago
There are lots of healthy meals that are fun. I love sweet potatoes. They are great for you, and they are a good source of fiber, which helps bowel movements. You could try learning how to make sushi. You can include all kinds of vegetables. Other things that are great for you: mushrooms, nuts and seeds, green tea, OATMEAL, eggs, fish, and plenty more. Do some research. I found great free recipes on the internet. Just stay away from the acai free trials. If you're even thinking about it, just search "acai berry scams" and you'll find that many people were ripped off. Don't give out your credit card #.
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Janette Originally Answered: organic food, hi everybody is so nice, thanks for all your answers, now i am wondering?
I did the same thing! All fruits, all veggies are organic. Now because our son (22 months) eats what we eat, we always try to buy organic, but sometimes we just can't. It's ok. I make sure that the milk, meat (including chicken) and eggs are organic. For me it's that is what is most important...I don't want him drinking milk or eating meat from a cow that is shot full of hormones! But, that's just me. You'll decide what is important for your child and buy accordingly. Good luck!

Essence Essence
The least expensive and healthiest way to find your normal/healthy weight, which is different for everyone, is to eat a balanced diet (aka not just fruit!) and be physically active on a daily basis.
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Clare Clare
Eat your regular foods but gradually leave out the fats. Only eat vegetable oil like in olive oil, but small amounts and as in an avocado which has lots of calories, but is filling.
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Bashemath Bashemath
true fruits are boring but stick to it anyhow I suggest foods like penne pasta alfredo with shrimp & vegatables or on side along with bell peppers or lasagne with vegetables stuff in trust me you wont notice it pratically anything you enjoy eating along stuff in or aside with veggies plenty of water & lastly dont give up no matter what good luck
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Bashemath Originally Answered: Nice, healthy, effective way to lose weight?
Dear Clucky, One thing you need to understand is that you have to work hard if you want to change the shape of your body. That means a balance of medium-high intensity cardio exercise along with challenging strength training workouts. For weight loss, you'll need to get about 5 cardio workouts each week at a medium-high intensity for at least 30 minutes. If you're a beginner, it's best to start slow and work your way up but, if you're in good condition and have no restrictions, challenging yourself with harder workouts is the best way to burn more calories. Interval training is a good choice because studies show you continue to burn calories even after you've stopped exercising. In addition to your cardio workouts, you'll need to lift weights for all your muscle groups at least 2 non-consecutive days a week. And, by lifting weights, that means using enough weight that you can ONLY complete the desired number of reps. For example, if you're doing 12 bicep curls, you need to use enough weight that you can only do 12 bicep curls and not one more. Most people don't lift enough weight to really challenge their muscles. What you need to engage in is a well balanced all rounded diet with considerable physical exertion over a prolonged time period. Food can be broken down into 5 major groups. These groups are carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals and water. The body needs varying amounts of these types of food so that the adequate amount of nutrients is supplied to the body. A well-balanced diet does not mean an equal amount of each type of food, as our body requires more of some nutrients than others. Each type of food plays a significant role in our body but excesses or deficiencies of certain types of food can also harm the body and produce a negative impact on our health. It is very important that we know how much of each type of food we are supposed to consume and that we eat in a sensible way. This means eating regular meals at "least" three times a day and drinking plenty of water, but what I would suggest is breaking it down to 5 smaller meals a day and having your last solid meal before 6pm after that you are only allowed to have pure low fat milk a mug or two would be a good idea to cut down on excessive cravings. Hope this answers your question.

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