I eat my nuts in oatmeal. I measure out a serving and eat only that. I take my measuring cup to measure what I need. That sure does help.
7/27/13 12:27 P
Love nuts but I try not to have them too often because of the number of calories and the amount it takes for me to feel satisfied.
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10,565 7/27/13 12:25 P
I agree with Lucy!! Nuts are really, really good for you, but add up quickly. Portioning them out in a pretty bowl, and then walking away from the package is the best idea!!! :-)
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7/27/13 10:33 A
I count out my nuts into a pretty, little bowl-- then I *close* the package and put it back in the cupboard before I eat them. That way I'm not tempted to add more! I enjoy the nuts from my little bowl and that's that.
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63 7/27/13 10:04 A
I can't buy tamari almonds anymore... I could eat a cup at a time!
7/27/13 7:28 A
I really like nuts, too. Sometimes I'll break up my serving-- have half of a serving with my cereal, and then later eat the other half serving with a small apple. For me, it's important to eat each nut individually (and not just toss a bunch in my mouth at a time). They're calorie dense, so I need to savor each one. Because the truth is, we can get fat eating healthy choices; it doesn't need to be just fast food or sugary processed stuff.
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7/27/13 6:43 A
I agree about portioning it out and paring it with another food item such as oatmeal with almonds or apple with almonds.
I admit, I'm overeating one of the foods that's good for me but in "light" moderation. I'll eat three portions of nuts and the calories just add up as I blink! It's difficult for me to stay on track lately. But, I'm not giving up on myself. I've decided to use my imagination and picture myself eating just a few, while I save room for some healthy, juicy, cold watermelon! That's not nuts, it's eating with appetite and satisfying my taste buds with healthy alternatives.
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