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July 18, 2019 / By Evelyn
Question: Breakfast - Carnation French Vanilla instant breakfast w/ milk - 220 Granola Bar - 200 Lunch - Nothing. Dinner - Spinach or iceburg salad with carrots. Healthy choice or Lean cusine meal. & apple or french vanilla pudding. im trying to get down to 100-105, i weight 110 and im 5'4 on a large frame :)
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Corie Corie | 2 days ago
Not really. You haven't really had any meat or wheat, which are major parts of a healthy 2,000 calorie diet. It's horrible to skip meals. Your body needs constant energy to burn from food, and that huge gap between breakfast and lunch will leave you less energized. Plus you're already healthy enough! Another part of this is to exercise the food off at least 30 to 90 minutes a day, and if you don't have enough food, your stomach will shrink until you have no appetite, plus you won't feel motivated to exercise. Besides, dude, your metabolism is probably pretty high already, anyways.
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Corie Originally Answered: What is the best healthy diet plan? To help clear your skin? Strength your hair? And put on healthy weight?
i am not to sure what the best diet might be, but i know what can help clear skin. make sure to drink lots of water and keep hidrated. also , eat lots of fruits and vegtables to help clear your skin. but if it is bad acne maybe try going into the sun more to dry them up or go on the special birth control for acne, it does the job!Another thing is do some daily exercises. for example run, walk, ride a bike, dance, etc.. i was on the track team at my school and when i was running everyday after school i felt amazing and my skin was clearing up a little, just try it , it may do the trick! If you just eat really heathly and get away from the greesy fatty foods you might see a difference in your skin and even your weight. good Luck :)
Corie Originally Answered: What is the best healthy diet plan? To help clear your skin? Strength your hair? And put on healthy weight?
The best way to lose weight is to eat healthy foods and forget the diets! It is easy to make some simple changes to what you normally eat and do so you can lose weight safely. Here are just some quick tips from the loseweightresources website. It would take too long here to exlain why all these tips are good for you. Always eat breakfast. Use a smaller plate than normal. Eat a slighter smaller portion of meat or other protein and eat a lot more vegetables and salad. Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Cut down as much as possible on all processed foods. Use whole grains whenever possible. Use fruits as snacks. Eat smaller amounts little and often during the day. Never skip meals as it has the opposite effect and your body will start reserving fat as it thinks it is being starved. Have your last meal at least one hour before going to bed. Don't weigh yourself every day and don't get obsessed about food. Get more active. There lots more tips like these plus advice, exercises, recipes, humour, etc. at:

Artur Artur
No, that would not be a healthy diet for several reasons. First, you are only eating 2 meals a day. Doing so will cause your metabolism to crash halfway though the day, thus burning barely any calories. You want to take in 5-6 separate meals per day. Second, you are barely eating anything. The prisoners in Nazi concentration camps probably ate more than that. With such low caloric intake, your body will have a hard time functioning at peak performance. Calculate your BMR. Do a google search. A good calculator would ask for your age, height, weight, and activity level. Eat healthy and eat about 500 calories a day less than your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Your BMR is how many calories you need per day to maintain your current weight. 5 or 10lbs of fat is not a very visible difference. No, I'm not saying lose 20lbs. I'm saying, stop worrying about your weight. You are already pretty thin. "on a large frame" You are 110lbs and 5'4". You do not have a large frame by any means. It's all in your head.
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Ursula Ursula
You need to have something for lunch Do not jump off the meals: The body must be fed regularly. To jump a meal goes against the line because each meal supposes energy expenditure. If one rather introduces the same quantity of food in three times than into two, one consumes a third of calories moreover. If one eats regularly and without excess, the body uses this energy immediately but if a heavy meal is had, especially the night, it stores a part in the reserves. The regular catches avoid the nibbling and the discharges of insulin, the hormone which stimulates the appetite. It is not wise to mislead the stomach with a biscuit or another sugar refinery because that is paid in the balance. One directly sends these in-cases in the body storage and one can produce presence of sugar in blood with anarchistic insulin secretions. The experiments showed that the activity of sugar in the body - slow sugars like bread, pasta , rice- or rapids (sugar, jam, chocolate, etc) - depends less in their nature that in the way in which they are consumed: alone or during a meal. The ration of sugar essential to the body must be consumed at table and like ingredient of a meal and not outwards to satisfy a desire.
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Ursula Originally Answered: healthy trim diet pills, what are some healthy meals to eat daily?
Sounds like you just need to kick start your metabolism. Try eating five or six times a day rather than two or three. But make the meals much smaller and make sure they are healthy. Or you could just try cutting down your portions and eating more fruits and veggies. There are also several different supplements that can assist you with weight loss. This site lists a couple that actually worked.

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