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    Well I can say 5 meals a day... and 5 snacks.. the snack is usually veggie or fruits.. sometimes pasta... but I prepare salad..

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertlynch View Post
    Well I can say 5 meals a day... and 5 snacks.. the snack is usually veggie or fruits.. sometimes pasta... but I prepare salad..
    Yeah, thats good :P
    Pasta has lot of protien in it which is good for groth & repair :P

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    Fruits and vegetables are the foundation of a healthy diet. They are low in calories and nutrient dense, which means they are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.Choose healthy carbohydrates and fiber sources, especially whole grains, for long lasting energy.


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    I totally agree !!
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    What about cold water?
    Should a person who is on diet consume a cold water?

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    Everyone needs water!
    No matter what diet they are on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean101 View Post
    I have to disagree.
    Yes, its important to eat foods you like, but to say "Healthy diet is to eat the foods we like" would be wrong.
    I like pizzas, chips, kababs, coca-cola aswell as chocolate & crisps, but eating them because i like them doesnt make it a healthy diet.
    I agree to you.Because healthy diet is a proper eating of food we take and regular exercise.We should eat "healthy foods" we like not to eat the foods we like.
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    Yeah, exactly !

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    just enjoy ur food avoid junk food. when u make food for u at home just use less oil. try to take vegetables much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean101 View Post
    Depends what your eating!
    3 meals, 5 fruit/veg & 2 healthy snacks is great,
    But 3 cheeseburgers, 5 packets of crisps & 2 pizzas is Not !
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    True.

    Anyway, great list on thread-post. I'm enjoying strawberries and raspberries right in this instant. Refreshing and tasty! Much better than sweets..

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    Maintain a low fat diet. You will want to especially avoid fats such as butter, coconut oil, saturated fats, hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated fats, animal fats and dairy fats.
    Instead of oils, try using nonstick cooking sprays.
    Always try to buy the leanest cuts of meat. Poultry, fish and turkey are better choices than beef.
    Try starting your day with a hearty bowl of oatmeal.
    Skim milk and non-fat yogurt is a healthier option than high-fat dairy products.
    Don't eat too many sweets or foods with added sugar. Soda and sweetened beverages should be kept to a minimum as well.
    Avoid eating more than four egg yolks a week. Generally it is better to eat egg whites or egg substitutes.
    Don't fry your food. Steaming or baking food is generally a healthier preparation.
    Try to avoid the fast food restaurant chains, they usually do not have many healthy options. If you must eat at a fast food restaurant, try to make the healthier choice and order a salad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HillaryMiller View Post
    What about cold water?
    Should a person who is on diet consume a cold water?

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    As far as i know ; A person who is on diet should consume normal water neither too cold nor too hot . Correct me if i am wrong .

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    Eat more meals and eat lesser portion.

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    Great tips. I like them. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    My advice:
    Remember, Color Equals Nutrition.

    It’s a good rule of thumb that the more colorful the food, the more healthy it is. For instance, squash, carrots, spinach, and kiwi are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. White and beige foods like cheese, french fries, white rice, white flour, and white sugar should be eaten in moderation, because they’re either high in saturated or trans fats, or overly processed and lacking in nutritional value. Similarly, when you eat vegetables, leave the skins on if they’re more colorful than the interior (for example, zucchini and cucumber), because that’s where a lot of the vitamins are.

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    Proper diet is extremely important for maintaining your health club Vernon Hills fitness level and to stay healthy.

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    I partially agree with these tips, but you have to mention that which kind of food is helpful for the fatty people and also suggest some tips or food elements which is very necessary to the people that they facing some diet problem.

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    A healthy diet consists of the highest amount of nutrients that help your body perform its functions smoothly. No matter how tasty a diet is, if it doesn't provide enough nutrition, it cannot be healthy.hard drive recovery

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    Work out and fresh vegetables are really excellent selection for diets, Another one is the use of organic sweetener, Instead of using glucose on your dairy, java, desserts and many more....

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    Here's a healthy cooking channel- I only put up my favorite original recipes, so they're all delicious!
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