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Do You Think I Have A Healthy Food Diet?

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October 15, 2019 / By Selah
Question: So here are the things I ate today and please give me an answer saying if I ate unhealthy or healthy today. Breakfast: Hard boiled eggs with fruit (It sounds odd but it's real healthy) Lunch: Chicken Alfredo Snack: 3 pieces of dried fruit, yogurt, and sour cream & onion chips. Dinner: Salad, steak, baked beans. (Odd combination I know.) Please don't tell me to "get a life" or say other mean things like that. If you do, you will be reported and your answer will be deleted. Thank you! Thanks, Bam! Your answer made me laugh!
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Oda Oda | 3 days ago
This looks like a good diet. It keeps a good balance between proteins, carbs, and fats. If you are active, you can eat more food because you burn more. Good luck!!
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Oda Originally Answered: When did healthy food are tasting good when you started removing junk food and unhealthy stuff from your diet?
I can't recall when it started tasting good as I have done it for so long now. I can tell you that experimenting with spices is the way to go. Garlic and ginger are two of my favorites.
Oda Originally Answered: When did healthy food are tasting good when you started removing junk food and unhealthy stuff from your diet?
What you're doing is not healthful. It is essential that you eat foods that taste good to you. Forcing yourself to eat "healthy" foods is going to do you no good. You won't digest them well. You can eat them from now to doomsday and they won't start tasting good to you. You need to trust your body. Your likes and dislikes are messages from your body as to what it needs. You've fallen into the trap that so many people fall into--taking the popular notions of what healthful eating is as gospel. The problem with those notions is that they just aren't true for a lot of people. They favor foods that are not calorie dense and do not contain the things that boost metabolism. Both of those things add up to a diet that lowers metabolism--and most people these days are already hypometabolic. Your body doesn't want those foods for a reason. It wants foods that are going to boost your metabolism--calorie dense foods, foods that contain starch, fats (especially saturated), sugars, salt. All the things that one finds in "junk" food (except saturated fats, unfortunately)--which is exactly why they taste good to people. Junk foods aren't inherently tasty; they taste good to people for a reason--because they contain those things that boost metabolism. When one's metabolism is strong and one no longer needs so much of those metabolism-boosting things, those foods will not taste so good. The body will instead want those so-called healthy foods that don't taste good to you now. They will taste good to you, when your body is ready for them. But right now, you need to follow what your body wants. That doesn't mean you have to eat a lot of processed foods. Make your own food, cook from scratch, and eat the foods you love. That's what will get you healthier.

Madelyn Madelyn
Seems like a lot of protein (although we don't know your portion sizes) but the only real "naughty" in there is the chips. Vegetables and fruits are healthy but the vegetables should outbalance the fruit.
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Kenna Kenna
Get a life!!!!!##@@@@, I'm joking. Actually that's pretty good. Trust me, it's not odd at all to have different combinations of foods together. I've had some weird and odder combinations. You ate healthy, don't sweat it.
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Kenna Originally Answered: When healthy food is cheaper than junk food, why don't people choose to eat healthy? Healthy food is cheaper--
I dont know where you live but here it isnt that way at all!!!! People on a fixed income sometimes cant afford the "good stuff"!!!!!!!!

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