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what should i make next week???

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

hi everyone i have no clue on what to make that is healthy but still really good if you have any ideas for me i would love to hear them plz make a comment on what i should make and i'll try it and i well also blog how that meal went okay. so plz i wont love some ideas emoticon

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    Hi Christin,
    You have absolutely hit upon a key to change: nutritional density! The best way to start eating in a more healthy way is to.... Start with basics. For this reason, it might be wise to start slowly. In other words: keep it simple. You may find change easier if you begin not with the recipes, but instead by looking at ingredients. Know exactly what you are eating, log it into the nutrition tracker. For example. Think in terms of what veggie you want, what protein, what grain/potato. THEN add just touches of herbs or seasonings. Many of our calories are in the things we put ON the foods!

    Your enthusiasm shines through your posts. Let's make sure you get all the basics in to lay the foundation for your journey. I'd like you to go into the class team and become active; Theresa and I are your co-leaders there and plan to stick with you as you get started. Approaching change can feel mind-boggling if we do it all at once, so dig into the articles SP suggests in the Getting Started Guide, explore the trackers and ease your way into change.
    1603 days ago
    ya i know but there are so many recipes on spark and so many recipes online too that i don't know were 2 start at.

    that's y i'm asking for some ideas for next week.

    1603 days ago
    There are tons of really great recipes on Spark. The page is easy to navigate, too. I've tried several before and everyone liked them all. emoticon
    1603 days ago
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