Fitness Minutes: (52,531)
8/1/14 3:57 P
I like quick and easy meals, one of the things I eat is 'burritos' but without the beans and meat. I get the high fiber shells, melt some low fat cheese in it (30 seconds in the microwave) then add Ramaine lettuce and some hot salsa inside it. I sat and weighed each of it out and figured it was about 300 calories but it is actually filling. Just another idea to try. Good Luck
I find I have the most success when I plan ahead. We buy healthy food only and avoid the temptations. Prepping breakfast and lunch the night before makes it easier to stay on track. We have a simple shake in the morning with protein powder, frozen berries and coconut milk. It's delicious and lasts me through until lunch.
Fitness Minutes: (6,985)
437 7/10/14 10:12 A
I usually eat Cheerios with almond milk and a banana for breakfast. Home made chicken soup and/or salad for dinner. Spincah salad with fresh diced veggies like cucumber, onion, tomato, and carrots for dinner and I like to add some lean protein like chicken, turkey, or salmon. Fresh fruit to snack on and sometimes a protein shake if I am low on protein which I tend to be with my mostly veggies diet.
You can fill up more on a big salad with lots of greens for a lot less calories, carbs, and fat!
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7/8/14 1:21 A
What type of healthy meal plans are you guys doing?
I'm new to this whole thing and was wondering if anyone could give me some guidance.
I'm wanting something that I can do for the rest of my life but am unsure on where to go.
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