Let's all put a list together!!!
More raw fruits, vegetables, salad produce. I dress my salads only with a drizzle of olive oil and one of many kinds of vinegar.
No meat servings larger than your palm.
Eat 4-5 small meals per day.
<No meat servings larger than your palm. >
That is probably a really good idea.... but one I dont comply.. with.. but hey, I have small hands :P
Denise . . .
a list ?
1. ) ƒruits and nuts
2 .) Rabitt food
3. ) No Wack Arnolds ® ( Mikey D's to you mainlanders :)
4. ) Ensure ®
5. ) Saccarin & Splenda ®
6. ) Exercise
7.) ____________________ - <- ¿
www.ihop.com has a - g r e a t - low cal . food plan menu , too , as does Chéz Dení ( Dennys ® ) and ƒriendlies ® ( on the East coast )
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A nice, whole grain porridge with some fruit for breaky. A big salad for lunch incorporates a bunch of healthy in one meal! Lots of leafy greens and colorful veg, some beans for fiber and protein, seeds or nuts or avocado for healthy fats, and a splash of a yummy vinegar. I always feel goood after eating a great salad. A pile of steamed veggies with brown rice and a piece of fatty fish (if you eat fish) for dinner...gotta get the protein and EFAs in. No GMOs, no artificial sweeteners or other weird chemicals. As few packaged/processed foods as possible. Lots of water and tea, or some fruit juice cut with sparkling water for hydration. A bit of organic dark chocolate every day for so many reasons. Cal-mag supplements for me, as I don't use much dairy except for the occasional cheese binge (really should stop those, but yum). Mostly plants, nothing fake, not so much that you feel over full...it's what I aspire to. Not quite there every day, but I'm working on it : ).
green drinks with spinach, cucumber( remove skin if waxed), parsley. lettuce, carrots.. add soem apple, ginger, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds... to get fancier add spirulina, flax seed oil or powdered, brewers yeast.. fiji apples help with taste, as does use of lime or lemon
Don't push yourself too much and listen to your body.