Popcorn is one of the healthiest foods anyone can eat. It has large amount of calories, protein, minerals and vitamins... Have 3 cups of air-popped popcorn, no butter or margarine, no salt..sprinkle with parm or romano which has protein or cinnamon to flavor.
Air popper at Walmart is $19.99...no microwave stuff...you'll be surprised at how good popcorn tastes when ts real and air popped
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19,157 1/11/13 9:54 P
Odds are the problem is now solved, but as tip I keep non-perishable foods on hand for such times. Nuts and dried fruits are good, and I also keep 2-3 varieties of healthy nut/fibre bars so that if I am lacking fibre I can have a fibre bar - if protein, then the one with a higher protein content. Some are more filling than others so if I'm not hungry then a less filling one is ideal. I also always have fresh fruit on hand and a banana is a good one - the calories are higher and goes well with peanut butter or chocolate/nut spread.
I am not a Dr - please check with your qualified Health Professional for a diagnosis and treatment plan
current weight: 151.0
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1,671 1/11/13 8:52 P
An apple, pear or Asian pear (100-120 cal) w/ chocolate almond btr (2 tbsp. for 180). You could dip it in cocoa & cinnamon (2 tbsp. cocoa 40 cal + 1/2 tsp cinn for 5 cal). If you skip the nut butter or cut down, you could have a glass of almond milk (30 cal per cup variety - 2 cup).
Lucky you and happy eating!
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1/11/13 8:46 P
I would, but the only fruit I have right now is oranges. Not so good with PB haha. Getting more fruit tomorrow at the fresh market
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46,222 1/11/13 8:44 P
That sounds good or maybe a piece of fruit with peanut butter.
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1/11/13 8:37 P
Hi, Its almost 9pm, I finished dinner, but still have at least 430 cals left for the day, and I'm hungry! What should I have? I'm thinking maybe toast with peanut butter??
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