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    Cbjpsgfg is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default Eating for nutrition instead of taste

    I read a blog and the lady was talking about how she was learning to eat for nutrition not for taste. She said that she did not mean that she would eat stuff that she hated but instead that she would not eat things that simply tasted good but were nutritionally void.

    This makes so much sense!

    I know this is part of my problem. I like a lot of healthy foods but I like a lot of non-healthy foods more

    I need to think about this.

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    AlvinaT is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default eating out vs. cooking in

    Hey guys, I have recently read an article about eating out in a restaurant vs. cooking at home. Here it is:

    Doing the mathematics of eating at restaurants is generally simple - if the time you save not cooking is worth the extra price of a restaurant meal. One recent study claims that, with current price fluctuations, eating at restaurants may actually be less costly. Article resource: Eating out vs. cooking in


    I guess, this must be studied very well. Because my oipinion about this topic is that, it's more costly when you eat at a restaurant and also it's not really that healthy unlike cooking your food at home, you are sure what you are eating, how clean it is, how safe to eat it and you'll control about the ingredients being put in there. What's your reaction with this article?

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    LawrieBrinkerhoff is offline Assistant Cook
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    Smile Re:Eating for nutrition instead of taste

    Hi All!

    Eating food packed with high nutritional value doesn't have to mean that the taste should be sacrificed. In my case, I managed to lose weight by eating alternatives to those 'sinful' food and keeping everything else in moderation. Say for desserts, why not try fresh fruit slices instead of candies, yeah? Also, try to eat more grains, soy, and veggies, as these are healthier options. It may take some time to get used to 'eat for nutrition', but it will have a great effect on our health.

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    Its debatable to have food for nutrition or taste but stats shows only 27% consumers select nutritional food.

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    Eat for live or live for eat

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    veronica11 is offline Assistant Cook
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    Sometimes Its correlation between tasty Food and nutritional one. My Mom cook highly nutritional food yet its really tasty.

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